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    Coolant temp sensor location... looking for ideas

    I'm in the process of adding a few more dynotune gauges, one being engine coolant temperature. I need to drill & tap a 1/8" NPT hole somewhere on the head for the sensor... but where

    BTW... it's not the smallest sensor either Any ideas - pics would be greatly appreciated
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    drill and tap the head, don't have a picture of it though.....

    that's how mine is done on my conversion.

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    like ranger said, right next to the stock one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by addicted View Post
    like ranger said, right next to the stock one.
    Thanks bro! That's exactly where I want to put it, but wanted to hear some feedback from those who have done it

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    Re: Coolant temp sensor location... looking for ideas

    Just make sure the sensor won't bottom out in the head b4 you drill.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rangermtb5 View Post
    Just make sure the sensor won't bottom out in the head b4 you drill.
    My sensor depth is adjustable... and its already done. Thanks guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedskixp View Post
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    +1... and I already tried it there, it read 35.4C ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdaddyRXP View Post
    +1... and I already tried it there, it read 35.4C ...
    You're sick! Seriously man, you should see a doc. Your temp is a little low.

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