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I first implemented one of these on my 02 Ranger to mitigate timing chain wear due to startup rattle. I built another one for my 06 and documented the process. Below are some of the parts that I used for everyone's reference, but don't try this at home :-) The pump I used: The sandwich adapter I used: The sandwich adapter I should have used: The oil drain bolt adapter: The oil line:

LSx Motor Oil Primer, Home Made - Pre Lube Prevent Motor Dry Start "How To" - LS1

My home made oil primer built with the LSx motors in mind since we are not able to spin the oil pump on the motor to prime it like on old SBC. This device will push oil into the motor as if the oil pump was working. I made this with large 6" PVC pipe that I had acquired. It isn't the cheapest option if you have to purchase it. You may consider using your own container. Maybe a propane tank or some other. Use you're imagination. See this engine running on the stand click this link: See the heads getting bolted onto this engine click here: A close up of these heads after porting and a valve job, click here: =================================== Follow Me Here: Twitter - Facebook - Youtube - Instagram - ================================== SHIRT ORDERING DETAILS: Need a good quality wrenchin shirt? Get your official AGearHead4Life T-shirt here. Durable, thick and wrench time ready, no cheapo shirt. Ready for all your back crawling on gravel drive way trans swapping adventures. S - XL = $24 Shipped 2XL - 5XL = $26 Shipped Common sizes in GREY and BLACK are kept in stock. Send PayPal to: -Please leave your address, size and color of shirt you're ordering in the "notes" section of the payment. If your not familiar with PayPal use, I can send you a payment request through PayPal with your email address. Thank you for supporting AGearHead4Life! Keep on Wrench'n! Mark

Moroso Oil Accumulator Part No. 23900

1:14 - How your oil accumulator works 3:03 - Activating the Moroso accumulator 3:59 - How your Moroso accumulator is protecting your engine 7:08 - Massive oil pressure fluctuation protection

Porsche 911 (996) Turbo Oil Change DIY!

Hi Everyone! This is our oil change video for our 2004 Porsche 911 (996) Turbo (X50). Sorry it is so long 😉 It is the “complete” process including draining both turbo reservoirs, pre-lubing with oil in the filter housing, and pulling the fuel pump fuse to clear the fuel rails in order to pre-lube at the end. That makes for a lot of steps! It is pretty straight forward and should take less than an hour depending on the steps you preform. I believe this also applies to the 997.1 (Mezger) but you may not have the turbo reservoir plugs so you can skip that step 😊. If you have any questions or comments (or if I left anything out), please leave them below. Always consult your Owner’s Manual/Shop Manual to verify all steps and values. The following steps are optional: • Pulling the fuel pump relay for pre-lube after refilling the oil. • Pouring oil down the filter container. • Draining the two turbo reservoirs. The parts used are: • Oil Filter Kit (includes large rubber O-Ring): 996-107-225-53 ( • Filter Cover Socket: 000-721-920-40 ( • Turbo reservoir plug washers (2) 900-123-140-30-18X22 (Al) ( • Oil Tank plug washer: 900-123-010-20 20X26 (Cu) • Case drain plug washer: 900-123-118-30 22X27 (Al) • Oil cover snout rubber O-ring seal: 999-707-465-40 • Magnetic Drain Plug: 944-107-197-01 You’ll need: • 15mm Wrench/Socket • 19mm Wrench/Socket • 27mm Wrench • 8mm Hex • Torque Wrench Torque Values: • Case Drain Plug: 52 Ft-Lbs • Oil Tank Plug: 44 Ft-Lbs • Turbo Plugs: 22 Ft-Lbs • Oil Filter Cover: 19 Ft-Lbs The oil I use is Mobil1 Turbo Diesel 5W-40, but use what is specified by your owners manual. We hope you enjoyed the video. If you did, please give it a “Thumbs up” and Subscribe to Heidi and Franny’s Garage for more videos to come. Also, click the little “Bell” by the Subscribe button to get notified when we release new videos – usually Saturday mornings. We do lots of types of videos on this channel: Vlogs, How To/Hacks/DYI, Travel, Events, etc. Check out some of the other videos we have on our channel. Thanks so much for watching! The Cameras and Equipment we use: Main Shooter: Panasonic Lumix G85 ( Main Shooter Lens: ( Car Cameras: Sony FDR-X3000 ( GoPro Hero 5 black ( Car Mounts: Fat Gecko Camera and Camcorder Mount ( Fat Gecko Camera Mount ( Fat Gecko Mount ( Drone: DJI Mavic Pro and Kit ( Stabilizer for mobile phones and action cams: DJI Phone Camera Gimbal OSMO MOBILE, Black ( Special thanks to: Chung Dha: ( ) For his Great Adobe Premiere Wiggly Line Presets! Music in video: Ahxello: Time Time - Music provided by Ninety9Lives Video: Download: Silent Partner: Fights Music in bumper provided by: BACK IN SUMMER by Nicolai Heidlas Music Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 Music provided by Audio Library Thanks for the awesome music!! Heidi and Franny's Garage. Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of “Heidi and Franny’s Garage”, We cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. “Heidi and Franny’s Garage” assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. “Heidi and Franny’s Garage”recommends safe practices when working on vehicles and or with tools seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of “Heidi and Franny’s Garage”, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not “Heidi and Franny’s Garage”. Hat's worn by Heidi and Franny provided by: For Correspondence: Heidi and Franny's Garage P.O. Box 740487 Arvada, CO 80006

How to build a 2500hp street engine!!

A look inside the secrets of the trade!!! Rebuilding the motor in the 2500hp street car valiant, with motor specs & more! Want to see more videos like this? Click this link to Subscribe and stay up to date on all the Tinman 2 Kustoms builds & videos: Social Media: Music: Autonami: 10:10 Tobu:

Just a quick one as we are nearing the first start of this crazy built Cosworth EJ257.
We show you how to build a top quality, yet not overly expensive engine pre-oiler / engine oil primer.


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