pre-lube the timing chain and fuel pump? I've never heard of doing either, nor have I ever done that in all the engines I've put together. Bolt it up and forget about it. They'll be covered in oil within 1 second of firing up the engine.
Use a THICK bead of high-temp silicone. The bead should be about 1/4" tall. Let it set up a couple minutes, then be sure to use 4 studs in the heads to make the intake drop straight down. After you get the rest of the bolts in and hand tight, remove the studs and put the last 4 bolts in.
Hehe!! You dont know me...with my luck I'll be cranking and cranking for days trying to figure out why the engine wont fire! :: Nothing will get lubed, just worn out!!! LOL!! Anyways, thats what ol Tom Monroe suggests to do for the pre fire sequence.