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Old 10-19-2017, 06:05 PM
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Originally Posted by hardycm View Post
Thanks all for the replies. In previous years, I've always noticed that the starter certainly struggles to turn the engine once the oil is added, but like you figured there was enough room for a bit of oil and the resistance was due to increased compression, not "hydrolcok". I added no more than 4 oz of oil. Anyhow, I'm glad to hear the consensus that damage is unlikely. Next year my fogging procedure will certainly change!
I don't fog down the intake, dry intake on my engine. But, I pull the plugs and spray 10 seconds of oil in each cylinder, put the plugs in and turn the engine over with out the lanyard.

There's no reason for you to change your fogging. It did not cause this.

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