blown headgasket? or not?
I'm a new-b to this forum and i might have a small problem maybe someone might be able to help me with and it goes as follows: I've got a d.s.s. 347 allum heads and a turbo, last night i changed the oil and noticed that it was really runny not thick...their wasnt any white residue. My stang runs hard and strong, doesnt miss or back fire, however when i stop at a light she'll die, but then 30seconds later will start right back up. she doesn't run hot stays at 180-190 and the oil pressure is at 70 when moving and roughly 55 at idle. Because of the stall outs and the runny oil nearly like water i was thinking that I had a blown head gasket. She doesn't smoke i'd like to add and the radiator fluid is full. I checked for bubbles in the radiator and NONE...anybody have any suggestions what I should look for to see if its a blown head gasket or what else i can do to test it? thanks for any suggestion some one might be able to provide me!!!!!!
D.S.S. shortblock (347) with probe pistons, pro-comp stage 2 alluminum heads, f-303 cam, 1.6 roller rockers, Cobra polished intake, cobra valve covers, 2 row alluminum radiator with electric fan, MASTER POWER single 70mm turbo, 355 gears, t-5, 3inch exhaust, aeromotive complete fuels sytem, 42# injectors,