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Why is their oil leaking rapidly from myFI Blackbird so fast I'm afraid to start it again its leaking as far forward trough bottem of feering can anyone please help

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Well not to sound rude but it should be obvious that you have a bad gasket somewhere clean off your motor with a rag and watch for were leaking check your oil pan first maybe even the plug in your oil pan the drain plug it should not just seized up you should hear a chatter first you may start the car and have a friend or yourself watch for where it's leaking in case it has to build up pressure

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