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Originally Posted by quattrorunner View Post
Remove the oil pickup to the drip tank and put that line into a bowl. Let the engine drain from tank into same bowl. The amount of oil should not raise in the bowl. It the oil raises faster than the scavenge can suck it up the scavenge is faulty. Could be a bad pump(unlikely) or an airleak in that line to the scavenge pump.
FYI I had debris from intake side of turbo take out the turbo...and somehow my scavenge pump was damaged (probably from a ball bearing) leading to this condition. Had to replace my scavenge.
Thanks for the info mate.
I will do the test this weekend.
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