Force-feed system

A force-feed system is a type of lubrication system that uses pressure from the oil pump driven by the engine to distribute oil to friction surfaces.
Using this type of system enables every corner of the engine to be sufficiently lubricated and ensures that only the amount of oil required for engine rotation is supplied. Considering these advantages, force-feed systems are used for almost all engines, except for air-cooled gasoline engines.

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