1991 nissan 300zx twin turbo heavily modified. got issues with dissapearing coolant.

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Asked by Mar 19, 2010 at 02:18 PM about the 1991 Nissan 300ZX

Question type: Car Customization

i have perfect compression in all cylinders yet whenever i start the car i can blow about a 1/8 cup of fluid out of the drivers side down pipe. put uv dye in the coolant and can find absolutely no leaks whatsoever. i dont know where else to turn. replaced head gasket already.

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craked cylinder head most likely leaking in the exhaust manifauld

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bloody hell..... thanks for the thought. i hope to god your wrong tho

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hope so to... keep me posted i,m curious

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cracked/warped head was the culprit ordering a new set soon. thanks for the thoughts tho. also one of my cams was scored to shiz on the drivers side. it looks like there was no oil getting to it so its gone now.... yay for new heads

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