Alfaromeoguy
Alfaromeoguy HalfDork
6/11/20 12:53 a.m.

and know all the timing it right on.. i will not be driving the car for a short time as i build the new wiring harness and the feul system to fit the car (  ecotec into a alfa romeo spider ) could i use a impact wrench to spin the engine over at speed to get the oil  pressure into the engine. thanks for the help

Alfaromeoguy
Alfaromeoguy HalfDork
6/11/20 12:58 a.m.

In reply to Alfaromeoguy :

never mind.. i just googled it on the net..a few post on the porsche website

boxedfox (Forum Supporter)
boxedfox (Forum Supporter) Reader
6/12/20 11:03 a.m.

Was the answer to use a heavy duty power drill on the crankshaft pulley? Or is there a more elegant way to do it?

No Time
No Time Dork
6/12/20 11:12 a.m.

If you used assembly lube I don't see any reason to spin it over to build pressure, unless you are worried about checking that it will build pressure.

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