Hi everyone. let me start by thanking you for taking the time to read my post.
I have a 95 z28 a4 car that has just hit 90k miles. Around 10k miles ago I had engine rebuilt not because of a failure, solely for performance. It was bored 30 over, eagle 4340 forged steel crank, srp pistons, eagle 6 inch rods, Afr 195 cylinder heads and lt4 intake. also was full balanced and blueprinted. car has all arp hardware including head studs professionally installed.
Here is my problem. Last weekend at the local 1/8th mile dragstrip I was on my third pass and shifted the car around 7600 rpm. Ran a 7.45 btw all motor baby. lol. Anyway when I got back to the pits a buddy informed me that the car smoked a little during the pass. I figured it was a hose or something that came loose. Anyway I started it up and drove home everything was fine. The next night I took the car out and noticed smoke coming from the edge of the hood right at the windshield when I stopped at stop lights. When home and popped the hood and was horrified. Every spark plug was soaked in oil. ALL 8!!!. Also on top of that the engine was soaked with oil around the base of each cylinder head. Lastly and best of all there is a 2 inch wide burnt brown stream where coolant has been running down the block right between the cylinder head and the oil filter on the driver side. BTW my car no longer has the oil cooler. Have any of you seen this much of a catastrophic head gasket failure all at one time? I mean every plug was soaked in oil. 2 weeks ago this engine was clean enough to eat on now I feel like driving the car off a cliff. Should I just pull the whole engine and start saving for another rebuild which I cant afford for awhile???:
Any advise would be greatly appreciated.