HAha basically you look at your numbers and compare them to the averages to see if they're high. If they are, then you may need to get some service done (i.e. high lead or copper is typically a good indicator that rod bearings are about due).I have no clue how to read these things.
Thanks, Senad! I'm trying to decide if I want to get my rod bearings changed out just for peace of mind or if I want to wait longer....and get something like a BBK instead lol. Or I guess I could go for the LTH. Those are the last two things on my list for my M5Awesome Randy!!! :flag: Great report buddy
BBKs don't go up in price exponentially if you wait too long to get them.
Completely agree with you both. Woody, we already discussed my plan. I'm going to ride out the rest of this 5k mile oil interval and then get my rod bearings changed out when I bring in my car for an oil change. Peace of mind >>> BBKRandy...you know my thoughts already for peace of mind. You won't need big brakes on an engine that's not running.
2x on that Jim!
Well we did have Labor Day on Monday...I just got the results today. I mailed them via FedEx last Monday. Might try USPS next time. FedEx and UPS are both equally slow...takes about 4 days for it to arrive at Blackstone Labs. Then like another 2-3 days after receipt to get your results.How long did it take to get the results from the day you mailed off the sample?
Same here...I usually ship my sample via 2-day. They will test and have it posted on their site the next day.My sample arrived at 12pm EST today and I got my report back at 5:00pm EST. They will test your sample the same day if you send it next day shipping.
Well...I guess I won't do USPS next time!! I'll stick with UPS or FedEx. UPS I think was like $12 for 4/5 day and FedEx was $8 for 4 day.Same here...I usually ship my sample via 2-day. They will test and have it posted on their site the next day.
Revo, one of our other members, sent them his sample via USPS...and it was lost.