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    I'd suggest that you add oilers for the bottom of the pistons for cooling---they are drilled/tapped up thru the mains and have nozzles for controled flow-If need be I can maybe do a picture of the tools so you get a better feeling for the results
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    I am very interested in this. I've not heard of this before and I'm all for keeping things as cool as possible.

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    Later today I will look for the tools needed and try to remember the contact for where you can get the jets--------I seem to remember maybe it was from a guy in Alabama
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    I appreciate it

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    https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...-421-quot-SBC?

    Hope this works-------

    roll dowm thru it till you get to the BLP artical about the install of the squirters
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