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JohnKamerer said: (quoted from post at 16:39:38 01/10/13)
John Kamerer said: (quoted from post at 09:57:03 01/10/13) Thanks, that's reassuring . I'm still going through a few steps to fix it. The previous owner had the oil line at the bottom of the filter going into the valve adjusting side plate to spray the lifters. I'm thinking that enough oil stayed up on that ledge to cause low oil level in the pan. It's a thought. I'm rerouting the line today to the block to,test and then I'll run it to the govener. Let everybody know the results

It is such a great help to get all that knowledge laying out there in the world of Internet .

Got the oil line ran to the govenor. Started up with 30 lbs of oil pressure. after 10 minutes went down to 15 and the after 15 min droped to 10. 20 mins it was down to 5. Rev it up to half throttle and it raised to 15. did this a few times. And then at idle would show 2-3 lbs. Rev it and it would come back to 10-15 Lbs. So, whats the thoughts out there?

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