You lite up mah red horsey?
Brother of The Benz, david
No I don't know how to light my Red Horsey?
We users of synth oil always caution those with engines in the mid to high miles to expect some oil seepage and possibly oil burning for a short period of time; resulting from the detergent action of this type of oil.
I converted when my 103983 engine had mid miles as I remember with out getting the older log book out and I never experienced this.
I was always of the opinion after studying the crankcase ventilation method; that the crankcase was at minus atmospheric and at that pressure would retard any seeping beyond the normal wet line interface.
Possibly there are others who can add to this?
Happy Trails Beep Beep from The Spiderman in Houston!!!