bbq typewriter and bubbles

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    I saw two mentions of air bubbles in the oil causing the tick, both mentioning ford as unofficial source of information (Both on this forum)

    Here's interesting article on foam and bubbles:

    https://www.machinerylubrication.com/Read/255/oil-foam

    Mention of bubbles causing ticking sound:

    So new engine might contain conservants that got out of the engine with firs oil change:

    But read it yourself... a lot of intetesting info including filters. Btw users at another forum claimed that original oil filter was not motorcraft (longer).
     
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    Nice find! My factory oil filter was shorter than standard 910.
     
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    The article above does not say anything regarding carbon in connection to oil bubbling.

    This patent seems to provide some idea on what carbon powder might be doing in the engine (but they also have other components).


    https://patents.google.com/patent/US4888122A/en


    Also, note method carbon introduction into the engine that is similar to suggested by ford insider - pre-mixing it with oil provided here:

    https://www.mustang6g.com/forums/threads/bbq-tick-another-attempt-to-understand.108944/
    Someone who is more knowledgeable in chemistry might enlighten us a little more.
     
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    That patent mentioned above seems to be more proof that the Carbon additive is in fact “curing” oil cativation among other things.
     
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    #7 OneFordGT, Oct 15, 2018
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    Misread your post earlier. Here’s what I “assumed” would help with cavitation “The fluid lubricants carry the powder components in their powdered form to friction bearing surfaces where powder is squeezed from the lubricant to impregnate the porous surfaces. The dry lubricant rapidly increases in temperature as it contacts the porous friction surfaces and adheres to the surfaces. The friction smooths the lubricant over the surfaces, increasing the slip characteristics of the load bearing surfaces and reducing vibration characteristics that would otherwise tend to disrupt fluid lubricant barriers.”
     
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    Why american muscle and others sell this filter housing?

    "Replaces Defective Oil Filter Adapter"

    How many of us had defective filter housing?

    Could this thing be sipping air in the system? Filter is PITA to replace and who knows - maybe filter housing is the weak spot that starts letting air in if extra force is being applied?


    https://www.americanmuscle.com/frpp-oil-adapter-1517gt.html?utm_content=Engine - Other|Ford Performance&T5_Var4=397514&utm_source=google-pla&utm_medium=shopping&T5_Var2=shopping&utm_campaign=AMM+Mustang+Vehicle+Medium&T5_Var3=blue&intl=0&dialogtech=ppc&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIr4HnxKGL3gIVUVuGCh1RVgW4EAQYASABEgIK3vD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
     
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