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...You may Notice here, Besides the Oil Cooler, NO Distributor, Distributor-Less Ignition! And the 'Low' Pressure Electric Pump, with a 40 Micron AN Filter. PUMP and ALL Fuel Lines are as Far From the Header, as Possible!

The Oil Lines are 6 Feet Out and 6 Feet Back, with the 'Laws of Hydraulics', there is No significant Drop in the Pressure (as there would be with a Gas, Compressible). The Oil Pressure Reading is taken at the Port at the Rear of the Block (this WAS the Point of Least Pressure, BEFORE the 'By-Pass', was Installed), Now the readings are 50-60 PSIG, HOT. 

Figure this one out...The Engine Oil Temperature Sender is Installed At the 'IN' Port of the Twin Oil Filters, this is Hot oil coming From the Engine Oil Pump, BEFORE the Oil gets to the Cooler.

Before and After turning On the Cooling Fan (Blows towards the Rear/Outside) One will witness The Digital Gauge Reading, drop from 250F+ (highest the gauge can read, and starts Blinking), down to aprox. 225F-. and Even Lower.

Now that is Oil that was just Pumped Through, and Left the Engine, Entering the Filters,  and Only then, does it go through the Cooler, and even More Heat is taken Out of the Oil. This works whenever I see the need to turn-on the Fan. This system works Very Well, Even When the Kat is Idling at a Stand-Still. To Stand behind the Grill, One will feel a 'Cloud' of Intense HOT Air, rush through the Hands! Heat the Radiator will Never See.DSC00034DSC00033DSC00042

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