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Old 01-26-2012, 02:06 PM   #5
JFP in PA
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Brad, the valve is wide open anytime the ignition is turned to the "run position”; so there is no lag involved because the valve is already wide open. The only thing the electrically controlled valve does is make the install a bit more user friendly, in the sense that if you make something simple, people will actually remember to use it.

When shutting the car down, just hold the revs up for a moment, and then switch the ignition off. The unit retains plenty of pressure for a pre-start lube; turn the key on for a 3 count, then start the car. On cars with pressure gauges, the results are obvious……….
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