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Old 20 Apr 2008, 03:22 am
Violet
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Default 2000 Acura Integra-R burning oil - 1 quart per 100 miles

Head reworked because of two burnt valves. I replaced two valves, had
the heads planed, and new valve seals installed, 116,000 miles on car.
Miles since work was completed is less than 500. All parts are new
original Acrua parts from the dealer. I replaced all hoses and lines,
no leaks, no bad lines. No oil on ground. Dealer checked valve seals
to make sure they were installed correctly and they were good to go.

Switch to royal purple oil and have been burning one quart every 100
miles.

Extensive diagnostic check by the Honda dealer and tune up.
Compression checked good.

Car is driven hard but never raced. Performance is fabulous.

Appreciate any help,

Violet
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Old 24 Apr 2008, 11:31 pm
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Default Re: 2000 Acura Integra-R burning oil - 1 quart per 100 miles

On Apr 20, 1:22*am, Violet <n...@000.com> wrote:
> Head reworked because of two burnt valves. *I replaced two valves, had
> the heads planed, and new valve seals installed, 116,000 miles on car.
> *Miles since work was completed is less than 500. *All parts are new
> original Acrua parts from the dealer. *I replaced all hoses and lines,
> no leaks, no bad lines. No oil on ground. Dealer checked valve seals
> to make sure they were installed correctly and they were good to go.
>
> Switch to royal purple oil and have been burning one quart every 100
> miles.
>
> Extensive diagnostic check by the Honda dealer and tune up.
> Compression checked good.
>
> Car is driven hard but never raced. *Performance is fabulous.
>
> Appreciate any help,
>
> Violet


well do you get a lil puff asmoke out your tail pipe when you get on
it? i know u mentioned your valve seals were replaced but no visable
oil loss it's gotta be getting burned up somewhere. i would figure
your valve seals first. Got a service manual for your R? IF NOT HIT UP
MY SITE go to the manual section pick a link and get your self the
right book for the right price free.heres a link 4 ya

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