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ford 3000 slobber from exhaust

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09-14-2020 10:01:02

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just did a complete rebuild on a 3000 ford. replaced everything in the engine including the injector pump. Just cranked it up for the first time and it seems that there is excess slobber from the exhaust. should I A) quit being paranoid and make it sweat for a while or B) worry about everything that it could have wrong with it and start disassembly again?
No excessive smoke from exhaust until high rpm and even then it is just a light blue tint and no noticeable blowby or missing.

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09-14-2020 20:20:57

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 Re: ford 3000 slobber from exhaust in reply to jledlow, 09-14-2020 10:01:02  
If I had it I could take the slobber out of it pretty quick.We break in all our rebuilds on a dyno. The break in procedure comes with the rebuild kits that I buy, and every one plainly says. DO NOT IDLE A NEWLY REBUILT DIESEL ENGINE. Hook it to a set of 3 bottom plows and plow about 10 acres and you will have a good engine.

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09-14-2020 10:13:41

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 Re: ford 3000 slobber from exhaust in reply to jledlow, 09-14-2020 10:01:02  
Option A!! Take it out and work the snot out of it. The slobbering will go away.

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