My builders recommending that I plug my oil squirters in my block. I'm kinda caught off guard because I never heard of it benefitting your engines performance by elimatating them. I'll just copy & paste his statment.... "no need to run them, the only time you want to squirt oil at the pistons is when they are running on the edge of melting and the only way to get the heat out is by letting it transfer into the oil shooting at it from the bottom, i.e., insane amounts of boost. otherwise you want to keep oil off the cylinder wall as much as possible or the rings work hard to scrape it off, it glazes on the cylinder wall and squeezes its way up into the combustion chamber, causing detonation." This maybe particularly for my build but was wondering if anyone out there has any insight on this? I was gonna get the GE plugs.