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Old July 24th 2014, 00:20
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oil squirters

Hi, I'm looking for an alternative way to supply oil to the interior (back side) of the pistons. Currently my engine has been moded for the 911 oil squirters.

Although I have seen external oil supply, along the side of the case, that's is what I'm looking for.

I just don't see how the squirters,which are aimed at some part of the interior of the back side of the piston;will cover the area well enough.
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Old July 25th 2014, 12:16
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I Fit them to provide an angular jet to the top side of the piston crown were the most heat is, the angled oil stream also covers the complete piston from skirt to skirt because the closing distance alters, approach a wall with the cars headlamps on at different approach angles and all becomes clear. Notching the con rod eye is another simple way to do it and it can't fail, block or go wrong, I use this way now mostly on track motors, but these are not needed on general engines anyway, just all out dry sump endurance turbo race motors, as there is so much oil mist in the cases, nothing more is needed, Porsche developed and used them for LeMans 24 hr engines and they've become rather a fashion accessory.
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Old July 25th 2014, 15:19
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I have the porsche squirter,but it can't cover the entire bottom of the piston. I had some aluminum cylinders made, so it's important to keep the piston cooler
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Old July 26th 2014, 15:31
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They are on my to-do list.

But not the Porsche part, I prefer the BMW part which uses a banjo bolt with 25psi check valve and a separate jet. The jet is reversed on the bolt to point the right way.
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Old July 29th 2014, 08:59
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They are on my to-do list.

But not the Porsche part, I prefer the BMW part which uses a banjo bolt with 25psi check valve and a separate jet. The jet is reversed on the bolt to point the right way.

Do you have a picture?
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Old July 29th 2014, 14:51
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I see the squirters now, are you going to mod those to a type one engine?
Any of those styles looks to be a ordeal.
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