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My wifes 1969 Camaro has, what us were told once we bought it 9 years ago, a 350 "crate" engine.Has the oil volume of a stock 350 or a crate 350 ever before been anything less than 5 quarts?The dipstick is analysis over 5 (nearly 6 guestimate) the oil, since my last change when I placed a brand-new filter and also 5 quarts in.It doesn"t show up to be any water, as the oil watch good. Just too much.BTW, it has actually been sitting about a week since it to be last run (about 20 miles).Thank you.
does it have actually the share oil pan on it? normally a stock pan ~ above a 350 with the oil filter is 5tqs total..
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does it have the share oil pan top top it? typically a share pan top top a 350 through the oil filter is 5tqs total..
hmmm. Very same thing v me. I"m using the original dip stick and also tube. Ns just transforms oil, and also the oil mark is in ~ the 2nd L top top FULL. I used 5 quarts
nope...a 350 motor v a stock pan and the filter is 5qts capacity...unless over there is one aftermarket pan on it...
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It might be because of the dimension of the oil filter. Earlier in 69 they to be a liitle taller than they are now. I constantly use about 4 1/2 quarts on an oil adjust with a new filter. Brings it ideal to the full mark. I had the same concern with a 305 c.i. In my boat.
69 SS, 350/300 h.p., M-20, 12 bolt, corresponding numbers.http://s376.photobucket.com/user/reelknots/library/69 Camaro SS 350
The old cans organized a quart and also the engines had 4 qt pans for a total of 5 qts.We deserve to still purchase qt spin-on filter if one will certainly fit the aluminum/pot-metal adapter? and also if that will, huge truck parts locations sell tall spin-ons that organize like 2 qts. Because that a complete of 7 qts.pdq67
Thanks for the intake guys. Ns will shot 4 1/2 quarts following time and also check it much more closely.I had, native 1978 to 1984 a 69 Cutlass through a 350, however have little recall that the oil filter. The current one does seem shorter though.Really evaluate the help.
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which oil filter space you running? if you are running the short filter- Delco PF25 (i think) equivalent- then update to the truck PF35 equivalent.then just run 5 quarts and you need to be quite close.
you don"t arrangement sincerity.you have to make it increase on the spot.wanna hear about twenty years ago as soon as i was also smart to know any kind of better?
which oil filter space you running? if you space running the quick filter- Delco PF25 (i think) equivalent- then upgrade to the truck PF35 equivalent.then simply run 5 quarts and you should be pretty close.

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