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Old 02-06-2003, 05:55 PM   #1
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Oil Restrictors with a Solid Roller??

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I was just wondering if a guy had to use Oil Restrictors when you use a Solid/Roller in a 302?? I know in a SB Chevy you put Oil Restrictors when going to a solid Cam.. Is a 302 like that too. or do you just stick the solid in and go.!!!


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Ditto.
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I used restrictors. Advise from Ed.
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It's not necessary to use them but if you're going to spin it pretty fast it would be a very cheap good idea.
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Where did you get those oil restrictors.
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Morroso now offfurs a hanging restrictor for the windsor similar to the chevie one. Otherwise Ace hardware, its a simple pipe plug with a hole drilled in it.

Its better to do the machine work with the engine out of the vehicle, need to drill the end of the galley etc...
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I called Summit and asked for the FMS oil restrictor kit for the 302. It was about $10.
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