The best fix is to cross-drill the #2 and #4 block and main bearings for direct oiling.
That is unnecessary on an engine that will not see lots of action above 7000 rpm. I have been running a 170+ HP motor for years, regularly shifting at 7000 rpm and there have been no bearing lubrication issues (just sheared flywheel bolts!)
RJ has posted that the main benefit of cross drilling for direct oil to #2 & #4 mains is that it improves the oil feed to the rod bearings which are the ones that typically fail in race motors that have not been modified.
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