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2010 srt8 procharge lewo problem

I have a 2010 srt8 with about 18k miles a p1sc1 procharger installed. Few days ago I was driving normally when I heard a huge bang, for a minute I tought my belt snapped it was so loud. So i pull over pick up the hood and everything seems fine, up on starting up the car, it starts shaking so I check the codes and a have multiple cylinder misfire p0300... well today I had the day off from work so I decided to take a closer look maybe one of the rubbers loosened up and that would explain the loud bang but, instead I found out there is oil just about everywhere next to the procharger. I took of the flex going from intercooler into the procharger and it all flooded with oil, I have no idea why any suggestions on my next steps?
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Multiple cylinder misfire is concerning. First thing I would do is check if the engine is ok by pulling plugs and inspecting with a bore scope. Then I would check the procharger and make sure it rotates fine with the belt off.


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Any idea why this would be leaking into my procharge? The tube is connected in the flex between my intake and the procharger
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Any idea why this would be leaking into my procharge? The tube is connected in the flex between my intake and the procharger
Could be you are generating a lot of blow-by (busted ring or part of the ring landing)? A bore scope will tell you more.

That hose is part of the PCV system...draws fresh, filtered air through the block...hence it connects between the filter and procharger.
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So it's possible I have a blown headgasket that would explain oil coming thru?
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So it's possible I have a blown headgasket that would explain oil coming thru?
Blown head gasket would be best case scenario.

Worst case would be if you broke a ring or land.
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I hope not, but I cant be sure until I get a boroscope and check. Do you thinkits possible that it may just be the pcv valve that's faulty? I just cleaned all the parts and took the car for a spin around my block and I had constant backfire and had oil everywhere again. You think it's possible that the valve is just burned out?
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as said, the multiple misfire codes are very concerning, I don't see this ending well, boost and stock bottom ends do not mix.......well not for long at least


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Well eaither way whatever it turns out to be I'm going to need to get it fixed asap. Does eaither one of you know an aprox price for rebuilding the engine?
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A 6.1 short block? Not sure where to get a rebuild but here are some options:

6.1 short block
https://www.highhorseperformance.com...p/hhp61fsb.htm

6.1 to 426 stroker
https://www.a2speed.com/p-2688-a2spe...ort-block.aspx

new 6.1 bare block
https://www.stevewhiteparts.com/stev...re?parent=1003

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