Nothing wrong with it, just curious as to what makes it look so weird.
Looks like coked on oil or blow-by gases. Check your PCV system is working properly.
PCV has been replaced and all the oil passages cleared. It still fails the glove test but not enough pressure to push the dipstick. I drive around with the dipstick popped anyway to prevent blowing out any seals. The PCV hoses that came off were completely blocked so probably a result from then.
That is interesting though, does the compressor wheel get hot enough to coke oil?
@nut3y i found when I did a glove test with my old style dipstick that didn't seal the glove inflated a bit and when I change to a new dipstick that sealed on the tube the glove actually sucked in so the PCV actually works better with a sealed dipstick.
I was like you when I changed all the pcv stuff hoses and flame trap I left the dipstick to let pressure out. But now as I recently changed the dipstick the system function better.
The seal on the dipstick seems pretty good, i'll do the glove test with my thumb over dipstick tube next time but i think the engine just has too much blow-by.
It's the pcv closed loop system. If you change to a vent to atmosphere system. It wouldn't look like that.
Your passing vaporised oil and exhaust waste through your intake.
Not really bad just a factory emissions thing....
Also grab a walbro 450, just in case you decide to run e85..
My simultaneously obvious and badly stretched joke for the day:
Rollin’ rollin’ rollin’
Wow, took me abit. Was thinking 'how is limp bizkit related at all?'