This is a weird question but, How do you guys think the engine valves on a engine that is freshly rebuilt will react to shredded paper towel soaked in fuel flowing through the heads into the cylinder?
I do want to say this paper towel is shredded so thin that if it was mixed in mashed potatoes you wouldn’t notice it in taste. Granted you can see it though.
Paper towel went through the valve this weekend and the car flooded. Once we cleaned most of it out the car was able to crank and it ran rough until all the paper towel and fuel was out of the system. I don’t think this will have any effect on anything. The engine isn’t knocking or have any sudden noises or smoking. No overheating or anything. I do have to check the oil pressure but, oil is getting to the top of the engine because I removed the oil cap to make sure.
Long story short: I want to know, what do you all think the effect would be if any?