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    255 Boost Port Location

    Is the plastic end cap on a 255 HP intake manifold thick enough to drill and tap for a boost sensor?


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    There are nipples in the manifold that can be drill for a hook-up.

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    The sensor I am using is 1/4 pipe so I want to drill and tap it in, has anyone done it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorsport17 View Post
    The sensor I am using is 1/4 pipe so I want to drill and tap it in, has anyone done it?
    When installing on runner, most just drill and tap and then put air line direct on runner and connect other end of air line to your fitting.
    I have seen fittings installed direct to mani but not on runner by drilling and taping into mani but is not nescessary.

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