Find a vessel you can pour oil into, that is stout enough to be charged with 100 p.s.i. of shop air. (like an old propane tank). Install a TEE with a valve downstream of it so the tank can be pressurized after it is filled with oil. Run a hose from the valve to a gallery plug on the motor. Invert the tank so the valve is on the bottom, open it and the motor will be primed in a few minutes. Close the valve as soon as oil shows on the dipstick (oil sabre for you Brits) because it is not desirable to let the tank go dry, as this will blow out the oil you just put in there. This setup is also useful for changing turbochargers, as it negates the messy, tedious and time consuming job of trying to prime the turbo by hand.
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