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Crankcase pressures do not effect the oil filter seal.
Not sure where you are going on this one...
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2014 V6 3.7 6-speed manual
AirAid CAI, Bama Tune, Front and Rear Strut Tower Brace, Barton Short Shifter/Bracket
Stainless Steel Clutch Line, FRPP Cut n Clamp Xpipe, BBK Shorty Headers, Borla S-Types
Whiteline trans bushing, Aluminum One Piece Driveshaft, 73mm BBK TB,
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You ran it for less than 15 minutes or so ? Just drain the oil and step up to 10-w30 and drive it. You may of had a sufficient oil film to minimize damage. I ran an old school Boss 302 with a seized oil pump for 3 or so miles once and a 260 fairlane for 14 miles without oil pressure , most likely you have some main bearing damage , a thicker film oil could help. nothing to lose motor could run ok for another 20 k or so.
Wow that sucks. My neighbor did that once with a numbers matching 1970Chevelle convertible 396. Within moments it wrecked the original engine and he wound up having to replace it with a crate motor instead.
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