How To Blow Up An Engine


Gasket Goo

This clutch gasket had some extra liquid Gasket Goo applied to it...probably after a mid season clutch change. The pen points to  the excess Goo oozing out. 

Lots of mechanics use Goo to save a few bucks on gaskets...

            so what's the problem ??

         New Gasket = $10.00 


New Motor = $3,000.00

Here's where the Gasket Goo ends up...

...clogging the oil pick up screen ! 


As the screen fills up with crud, the motor has to work harder to pump the oil, which is bad for power! Eventually the motor will starve for oil and spin a rod bearing.....

Expensive !!

"Careful with that 

Gasket Goo!"