100% chance that you have NO.....
low pressure oil when you crank, and for some time afterward. lol.
I have a lube oil gauge on my truck zip-tied to the antenna and it reads from the top of the reservoir. When I crank the truck it has air for about 20 or 30 seconds before it settles into a nice smooth idle. FWIW
, if you'll let it always sti still until it gets smooth before taking off, you will enjoy a much crisper engine while you drive as it woln't just FILL the oil with air and be so hard to work back out.
When mine cranks (brand new lpop
too) it will:
Craank, Whack, fires up.......1/1000.....2/1000....3/1000.....4/1000.... then maybe a flicker....5/1000 then 5lbs or so flickering up....6/1000 maybe jump up to 10-15 and maybe drop back to 8ish, then ZING.....up to 40lbs with some jitteryness (this is after 5 or so seconds with NO lube oil pressure). Then exactly when the truck begins to idle correctly again the lube oil gauge is steady as a rock.
I have a -10 pickup tube down the top of the reservoir all the way to the front cover too.
It's only slightly more sluggish to come up with the second charger.