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    #16
    No problem doing that 1st, absolutely correct to disable fuel pump & ht first.
    be prepared to crank for quite some time.
    starter isn’t really up for minutes of cranking & might overheat if it takes minutes.
    There are 2 secrets to staying on top :- 1. Don't give everything away.
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      #17
      Originally posted by Davo1805NZ View Post
      I'm going to be at this point with mine shortly - I'd figured that I would remove power from both the fuel pump and the Lumenition box then crank the starter while observing the oil pressure gauge. Any problem doing it this way?
      As mentioned earlier , it takes time for the oil to circulate in the Stag engine, I would rather have oil circulated proper prior to start up. Don't want to take chances, I figure since its the last stage might as well be careful and do it right.
      Regards,
      Sukhi

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        #18
        As Julian said I used a 1/4 drive socket on an extension to a drill adaptor on to the original hex drive, I did securely tape everything together to prevent anything dropping in!

        Terry
        Terry Hunt, Wilmington Delaware

        www.terryhunt.co.uk

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