funny how some cars' SC oil looks great and the others, not so much. I haven't done any track days, but I haven't babied the car either.
the AC Delco one that's pictured. one bottle is enough. Just mind how much you remove from the SC if you need to change the oil in the first place.I am going to pull the supercharger out and try to tighten or even change the gasket between the manifold and the head. ( as I can't find why my idle drop slow, and some suggest that is the comment leak there )
Will change the supercharge oil at the same time.
Read the thread and confused about brand and ml
Please advise which oil and quantity?
Shay hit a valid point. Measure what you take out and put that much back in at minimum. At least that way you know you replaced exactly what you took out. I found it to be an extremely easy job. I bought 2 different syringe and tubing kits to ensure Iggot out as much as I could. And now all my buddies have the tools available to borrow at any time.the AC Delco one that's pictured. one bottle is enough. Just mind how much you remove from the SC if you need to change the oil in the first place.
Put back everything, but issue still there, just get betterYeah HKFEVER...
That inspired my comment in your other thread. Once you have the SC off there is other maintenance you can do...
Trust me it's easy once you have it off. Just crack it open. It comes apart in 3 pieces. Nose, Rotors, case.
You can clean everything up. Use anerobic gasket on the nose when you close it back together. Then add oil
You could re grease the needle bearings, but I warn you I did that and the next time I took my SC apart I saw Blue grease all over the lobes.
I went a step beyond and did some mild port and polish work on the SC inlet.
Be real meticulous when you join all the junctures together. I went with a phenolic gasket on intake manifold. I used oem gaskets on either side smothered with good quality gasket dressing/ sealant.
I hope it solves your problem, but if not your SC will whir happier.
I may disagree with this one. Vaccum leaks on my setup caused the same situation...maybe anyway. I had occasional high idle codes and around 1000-1200 rpm. I have changed everything....only thing left is the manifold gasket. If you go down this route, torque the sc to manifold bolts carefully from the center out....they are EASY to strip.It never sounded like a manifold leak to me. Having had that the idle will remain high and not fall off as you describe. I had this issue but with my SSC PPI ECU which I managed to tune out. Not sure with your OEM setup.