Originally Posted by Emmbeedee
Oil does not get flung on the stator which is inside the rotor. It's simply not possible. It gets flung away from it.
I thought we all agreed that the stator was oil cooled? Oil is being flung onto it.
Anyways, you're missing the point. JrWoody was thinking there was a "high water mark" on the lower part of the stator so to speak. I'm sayin that when the engine is running, the oil would be evacuated from inside the rotor cavity. Since the stator aint moving, any oil on it would drip down from gravity. This all would nullify any oil level effect.
Besides, I like picking on JrWoody ( JrWooden) .