Hey guys , hot some hunk on my spark plugs , what does it look like? Cars runs great , plugs were now changed for 3 years
Could also simply be a leaking intake manifold gasket, fairly common problem.
When oil burns in the combustion chamber in generous quantities it cokes up like that on the spark plugs but also on the valves. You should do at least a compression test because it could also be the rings in those cylinders. You might be doing more than just swapping on a new pair of heads.
do a leak down and compression test.
this will give you the answer if your valve guides or piston rings are bad.
Did mention the engine mate 351c 2v and its not the intakeYou didn't mention what engine you have. It's not common to have an intake leak on a small block that creates oil usage.
On an FE, yes. If you have the umbrella stem seals they are known for getting hard and coming apart, blocking oil return passages. The leak down is good advice. A cheap scope camera that will work with your cell phone is available through Ebay or Amazon. Great tool for looking through the intake ports or the spark plug opening.
The FEDid mention the engine mate 351c 2v and its not the intake
I just read this post. No engine information is the thread. It was at the header. I also wasn't the one that brought up the intake. I did mention it was a common oil consumption issue on the FE. Valve stem seals or rings or PCV system is likely the culprit.Did mention the engine mate 351c 2v and its not the intake