I'm with Bill on this one. I've experienced this on my TR3, and was in
denial for a while just like Ken is. I think mine was a head gasket
leak, where the leak was only occuring under load when everything was
nice and hot. The oil looked great and no emulsion anywhere.
Bill Babcock wrote:
>When your oil gets hot enough you just don't get that much mayo in the valve
>cover, if any, and you won't see water in the sump unless you leak is gross
>and happens while the engine is idling. It could be any or all of the usual
>suspects--water coming up the head bolts, through the aluminum plug in the
>head, or through the gasket into the pushrod tunnels--or some other place.
>Simply put, it happens--I've been living with a little water in the oil
>catch can for a long time. Frankly I don't think it's a big deal as long as
>the oil gets hot enough to boil out the water, though it's certainly not a
>good thing. A quart is more than a little much though.