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    What type/brand paint is everyone using on interior of engine block & cyl. Heads to aid in oil drain back. Seems I remember Glyptol(sp) think it was put out by GE for elec. motors. thanks, Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by phil369 View Post
    What type/brand paint is everyone using on interior of engine block & cyl. Heads to aid in oil drain back. Seems I remember Glyptol(sp) think it was put out by GE for elec. motors. thanks, Phil
    Yeah thats the name. Jegs carries it. Its not cheap and it never was.
    Link:Glyptol



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    Copy the link into your browser. Glyptal is $50 on jegs

    http://www.jegs.com/i/Eastwood/352/46001ZP/10002/-1
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    Quote Originally Posted by OC2Vegas View Post
    Copy the link into your browser. Glyptal is $50 on jegs

    Eastwood 46001ZP Eastwood Glyptal Red
    Oh yeah, thats much easier than a "click link"
    Why didn't I think of that?



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    Speedomotive used to use some kind of aerosol stuff that looked great, seems like someone else told me that Rustoleum has a good product. It never seemed necessary to me with large capacity marine pans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by obnoxious001 View Post
    It never seemed necessary to me with large capacity marine pans.
    Its right next to useless. Once there is a boundry layer of oil on the valley walls, the oil doesn't return any faster. All the paint does is slow the heat transfer from the oil to the water via the iron, and POSSIBLY seal off any sand that "MAY" be present.
    I haven't painted the insides of a block since high school. Better things to do with my precious time when assembling a motor.



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    Thanks GN7, was thinking about ordering some, glad you posted how you really feel about it, your slipping or you would have put it in your first post. Again thanks for the advise, Phil

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