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    Question Quick JetWorks Question

    I am re-installing A jetworks mod the temp sensor was not installed. I have the sensor and it is a 10mm-1.25 thread with a face seal. all the mods I read say tap a 1/8-27 NPT how are you guys doing this? The part of the casting on top of stinger is taped now for 1/8-27 NPT the bottom portion is still available.

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    Bill,

    You need to flatten off that bump drill it and tap it it with a metric tap. I have the tap if you need it.

    Just use a tube wrench on the sensor and remove it and put it on your stinger

    When you make the cylinder plugs for the gas valves would you make me a set too? Please? We could use aluminum to match cte and go with a line to .0005" interference. Then install wet with red loctite. I can measure the extra cylinders and get dimensions to you.

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    I cut a .350 bung out of 6061t6 and welded it to the bottom of pipe so i have more meat to tap...here is a photo
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    Spud, allen head bolts with nylock nuts and silicone make the best plugs for gas valves. Easy to install and remove if you need to.

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    I figured it had to be flatened then taped for metric. Every mod sheet I could find just had the 1/8 npt Thanks

    Spud send the dimensions are we making a stepped one? line fit to inner and shoulder to stop in the counterbore area?


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    Bill,

    I'm headed out to the garage I'll get some dimensions and try out the allen heads with a Nylok on a spare cylinder. I just figured the major diameter. Thats a lot of machining to step them, but I know you stepped with locking tapers. I'm lazier. I would turn some stock then cut it in .200" thick discs.

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    Allen head out, or in.
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    Allen head in.

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    Spud you need washers on each side. small washers that fit where the shaft goes.

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    Bill,

    On your picture, the fitting you are showing is the drain for the pipe. The temp sensor goes somewhere around there too. The Jetworks taps into the end piece (which by the way appears to be upside-down). If you keep it all on the topside it will be a lot easier to service and check.

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    should look like this.
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