Now you can just hook up a 7/16 socket to a drill and build oil pressure before you ever fire the engine without having to pull off the oil belt
One of the hardest things you can do to your high performance engine is to fire it up “cold” with out priming the oil. Starting an engine when you don’t have oil pressure can really shorten the life of the engine. Simply by priming the engine and building oil pressure can ensure that all your bearing surfaces are properly oiled. This will cut down on engine wear on the initial start of the engine… But almost no one does it!
Why not? In short, it’s a pain in the tail. You have to pull off the oil belt, reach way down in the engine compartment, and turn the oil pump with a drill to build up oil pressure. But now with Peterson’s new Filter mount with an attached primer you can avoid all the hassle.
“Dirt late model drivers are who first gave us this idea. They don’t just have to pull off the oil pump belt, they have to loosen the entire pump from the engine to get the belt off. Almost no one would do this so they would instead just use the starter to turn the engine over and get oil pressure before they started it,” explained Micheal Morton. “Doing that is so hard on the starter, so instead now you can just hook up a 7/16 socket to a drill and build oil pressure before you ever fire the engine without having to pull off the oil belt.”
The filter allows you to attach the mount to an easy to reach location, and it can build 20PSI of oil pressure in as little as 10 seconds. The mount comes available for 1 1/4 – 1 3/4″ tube and it can also be attached to the firewall.
For more information on this awesome new filter mount available from Peterson visit their home on the web at PetersonFluidSys.com