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hey guys, i think im gonna take the first step in my twin build and install my hx40. im pretty sure i got everything under control. i just wanted to know do i need to bleed the oil lines like the injector lines? by barring the engine till i see oil and then screwing it in, or can i just screw the oil line in the top and drain on the bottom and be set?
Truck: 96 2500 4x4, billet auto, 12''lift sittin on 40's
Parts: 550+cc of fuel, SDX dv's, 5gsk, no plate, afc tuning, Air Dog 150, 5x18's, hx35 over ht3b, dual stacks
It is advisable to prime a dry (new) center section. easiest way would be to just connect the lines, unplug the shutoff solenoid and crank the engine for a few seconds to get oil through it. then plug in the solenoid and flash it up
2007 Laramie 3500, 4.5" RevTek, 35x12.5 ProComp MTRs, buckstop front+rear, bullydog TD, BD RFI intake, Lightforce 140s in the bumper, 240HIDs up top
1997 SLT 2500, 5.5" fabtech, 36x13.5 IROKs, 5x12s, s300, 4kgsk, inj pump FUBAR
you prolly wont get any oil by barring or even dry cranking as the pump is spinning too slow, most manufacturers recommend simply pouring a few ounces of oil into the line inlet before attaching the line, hook the line on, then start the engine and let it idle for a couple minutes.
'98.5 RAM 4x4 QC , CRAZY CARL'SWhipple supercharger, Bspecial/480 twins tweaked P7100, Mach 7s, TUNNEL RAM intake plate, HBX IC, FASS150, electric fans, full 5" DUALS, BILLET AUTO from Northeast transmission
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