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Old 24 Aug 2009, 06:38 pm
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Default d15 smokes alot and looseing oil! please help..

98 civic hb swapped to a d15b vtec. compression reads 145 psi on all 4 cylinders and head was just rebuilt because i figured it had to be in the head since the rings are even on the readings... my question is , is there any other seals or something i should be looking for where oil can leak into the exhuast system? smoke comes from the exhuast and i started with the oil topped off now its almost to the lower mark in a matter of days... any input would be helpfull, thanks!
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