nothing different than any other dry sump setup. Pull the belt off and prime the system with a drill and check the oil pressure. If you feel like going a step farher, pull the valve covers and confirm oil is being pumped to the top end.
That is not really a optional step. You have to confirm you're getting oil to every rocker. You'll be smoking something if the rocker ain't getting oil. You may have to turn the engine to see the oil squirting out of different rockers.If you feel like going a step farher, pull the valve covers and confirm oil is being pumped to the top end.
Jerry,Thanks for the advice on actually removing the valve covers to check for oil flow. I hadn't thought of that. I wonder how best to attach the electric drill tod the gilmer pulley on the pump. Will the suction lines from the oil pan actually remove the oil from the pan when turned slowly by the electric drill?