You say the pressures are too high? Temps today are 70, so not cold. Just did another one results are pretty much the same, it's 73 right now. In both cases I let the car warm. So at 3k RPM
If it's idling at 16 psi, about .75 rpm, is this a normal range?
At 1000 rpm seems to jump by 10psi to 27psi
At 2000 rpm seems to jump by 30 psi to 56 psi
At 3000 rpm seems to jump by 10 psi to 66 psi
What do you make of this? Where is the problem?
Here is the video while driving around
OIL LEAK & TORQUING
Oil pan bolts at 38 and 1 bolt broke off even before 38 INCH LBs.
So I just tightened the rest best I could without another damage.
I don't know if the problem is a thin silicone sealant compared to a pan gasket. But I made sure to put thick silicone layer, to match a gasket before flattening and allowing over night to set. The end near the transmission I added some more and left them beaded (did not flatten) just before re-installing pan. Removed that crank panel, let car idle for 30 minutes. The area seems dry, but 48 inch lbs torquing seems to be an issue-broken bolts.