My Honda is burning oil at a pretty steady rate, about a quart every 1k, the rate of consumption is heavily dependent on how high and often I rev it up, the maintenance is totally up to date no stone left un-turned except taking it apart. I have done Seafoam treatments in the oil, an Amsoil engine flush which seemed to curve the consumption a little, but it is still out of hand. Here are some shots of what it looks like through the filler hole http://imageshack.us/g/17/2011072118555989.jpg/ It doesn't look too bad for a 200k Honda, but it was likely neglected for a handful of OCI's I have a stash of m1/castrol/PU SM synthetic that I got a 4 dollars a quart on clearance, and I feel like I am wasting my money putting it in there, I'm thinking about taking the oil back and just going for the what ever is cheapest route. A rebuild or swap is not in the cards, I'm a broke college student... So any thoughts or input on what to do would be great.
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