Originally Posted by skeleton
Guys I can't emphasis enough how much value there is in the information you are providing
What I will do is, I will try to make a scan from the gasket and we might be able to see what happened...
I spoke to my machine shop ( they made a lot of engines for me already and never had a problem) and they said that the blown gasket was the root cause for all the problems.
So they explain to me ....The gasket was blown by, and because of the gas exchange between the cylinders, the pistons got to hot and expanded to much and cause on one piston squeezing. The following abrasion destroyed the main and connecting rod bearings....
I can't follow that because the CAM bearings LOOK LIKE BRAND NEW, also the CAM it self, not a single notch or scratch.
I would assume the abrasive would case damages on all moving engine parts.
What do you think....?
first thing you need to do is find a machine shop who ACTUALLY know what they're talking about.
Second, sort out the detonation, which you HAVE got.