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    I flushed out 4 more rounds of radiator coolant until the water was clear of copper crud. it was like rinsing the rice. oooof. And i was so pleased to lose the radiator petcock down somewhere in the engine, never to be seen again. This engine bay is designed to swallow small objects so I have found. So just beware of "resting" things anywhere. heh. Waiting for some block tester liquid to come in the mail so I can rule out head gasket issues at this point. Got some slight mist (smoke?) coming from under the intake in the front of the engine after warming up a few miles. Not sure if that is valve cover oil burn-off after replacing brick or not. Also, on test drive today notice a slight surging when accelerating, especially when cold. Some say this is normal. I feel the timing is drifting or stammering. Could be EGR, Spark plugs, old gas, or needs a new muffler bearing. :-)

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    Keepin' ya'll posted.
    Got the Block Check test fluid in the mail. Rented a turkey baster tester kit :-).
    First try, after engine was 'sorta' warm, fluid went from dark blue to green.
    Dissatisfied with that result after waiting a while I got it up to operating temp where it was turning the fan on......it didn't really turn the blue fluid green after that.
    Hmmm.

    i checked the fluid by taking the Block Tester unit to the tailpipe and it immediately turned lemon yellow.
    So the fluid works in detecting CO2 gas. I Squeezed the bottle in the open air and the fluid turned back to "blue".
    Interesting!
    So i checked the radiator top-up tank again a few times and no real change.

    That said, maybe the off-gassing of the coolant warming up is setting off the liquid to give a false read (vapor swirling in tank during warm up) OR there is a very slight leak on the head gasket (early stages) when the car is warming up.
    Not sure about these new coolants and what they do - OR these TURKEY BASTERS. Do they off-gas, giving false readings to these liquid testers? I've read conflicting reviews :-/.

    Seems like if the head gasket was really an issue we'd see other telltale signs - overheating, mocha-latte, radical misfiring, CODES! (so far no codes)
    That said again, not very happy with the "surgey" nature of this car when driving.

    --waiting for plugs to arrive...

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