Re: ls1 in my 68 Camaro weird oil
One test you can do is remove spark plugs after bringing engine up to temperature.
Now inject into a closed cylinder, meaning both valves closed, piston at TDC, and inject shop air into the cylinder.
Remove radiator cap and look for bubbles. Bubbles mean a broken head gasket or warped head when hot.
There is a reason the engine is losing coolant and collecting in the crankcase, as evidenced by milk on the dipstick.
The leak could be coming from the coolant ports-to-intake ports. Gasket not sealing, or maybe a warped cylinder head.
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