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Id rather not have to take the crank out and would rather just remove pistons and tap brake bleeders in. I would feel more confident in a brake bleeder than plastic replacement cooling nozzles.

My nozzles are only broken in half therefore they still pose a restriction and would shoot oil in theory but, more like a pistol than a long gun.

Thoughts on tapping brake bleeders in or running half broken nozzles?
 

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I had plastic ones available so that's what went back in. The outlet on my brake bleeders was too big and wouldnt have sprayed far enough. Id really like to see something different in there. Bolt in option. Next time ill try drilling out an allen and thread it in from under the bearing with a nut on the top facing the piston. The aluminum looks like a decent option, I just dont Like all the slop left in the oil passage.
 
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