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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-20-2017, 10:54 PM Thread Starter
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Oil pan replacement

Hey .net!! I was trying to replace a stripped drain bolt (prior owner used channel locks to tighter it LOL) and noticed a sizeable crack, as you can see in the pic, from him using a jack directly on the pan. Had to drop the headers since I have a custom welded exhaust which runs directly underneath and was curious as to whether or not they had seals inside the engine block where the pipes fit in? I orders some Honda bond for the oil pan, so that's covered :) any help is awesome!! My new oil pan comes in next week.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-21-2017, 12:10 AM
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You mean seals where the exhaust headers mate with the engine?
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Yes!! That's exactly what I'm talking about
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Yes there are exhaust gaskets that should be replaced; be sure you pull the old ones out.

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Yeah, you will need 4 new crush gaskets. The old ones may need some pliers to take out.
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Smoke after oil pan replacement

So.. I swapped my cracked oil pan out and now there's smoke coming off of my exhaust right near the pan.. It's not that audible but I can smell it and it's still happening after riding around for an hour or so.. idk if it's from residual oil that was caked up or from the silicone sealant I put on the pan and it spilled out onto the exhaust but any help would be awesome!!
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If you put enough sealant on that it squeezed out onto your headers, then you used way too much. You also likely squeezed at least that much out into the interior of your oil pan and it can(will) clog oil passages.
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