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Asked by Anonymous
Mar 08, 2013 5:06 PM
I run a 1963 327 sbc in my 1937 ford. It is stock with unknown milage. It keeps a steady 35 lb oil pressure at 3000 rpm. It has good compression readings, but does have some blow-by. I have always run Castrol 20w50 in it.Is this a good canidate for the new oil?
Answered by Nathan S. — Mar 11, 2013 5:52 PM
Hi, You might have a bit more oil consumption with your blow-by and possibly some leakage from older-style seals and gaskets with a synthetic switch. The contaminants in your conventional oil may actually be plugging seal cracks at the moment. Of course, this is assuming you have a good amount of mileage on the motor. The best option : rebuilt and start with synthetic oil.flag Accept Answer