topher88 wrote:What do you guys think?
Given the money invested, I'd figure out a way to pressurize the oil system prior to start-up. Just spinning the engine and hoping it builds pressure (even with plugs removed, or coil disconnected) doesn't seem like a smart move. I've never been able to spin up pressure in my KA and SR after they sat, drained, and you can't do it with a long screwdriver like you can with an L or a KA/E.
I showed a couple basic pictures of the pressurizer I use in a near-the-end issue of DQ. 10psi or so, wait for the oil to dribble out of the cam lobes.
As an aside, by turning over the oil filter you can fill it up before you spin it on, as I mentioned above. This takes care of quite a bit of the issue during oil changes.