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    oil pump block off

    After removing oil system tank,oil pump,hoses to convert to pre-mix. What is the most effective & proper method to eliminate oil nipples @ intake manifold! Woops its a 94 750slt fuji
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    Just cap them.

    They have check valves inside the fittings. So if you cap them, you'll be fine.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by blegan View Post
    After removing oil system tank,oil pump,hoses to convert to pre-mix. What is the most effective & proper method to eliminate oil nipples @ intake manifold! Woops its a 94 750slt fuji
    Thanks Brian
    I have a 95 intake with no nipples I'll sell you for $15 plus shipping

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    thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by thester71 View Post
    I have a 95 intake with no nipples I'll sell you for $15 plus shipping
    thanks I will let you know if I need it,I was thinking about removing them & use j.b.weld to seal up the holes, Anything problematic in this approach??? I was a bit leary with dust boots & zip tie, Im trying to acheive the fewest possible places to leak. Also the blockoff plate didnt come w/an o=ring or gasket, is this common.

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    I persoanlly am not a fan of the JB Weld method, but it's up to you.

    I'd get the intake from Thester just to do it right.

    As for the block off plate, use some quality silicone sealant like the 3M 1211 or Yamabond that's used to seal the cases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlint89 View Post
    I persoanlly am not a fan of the JB Weld method, but it's up to you.

    I'd get the intake from Thester just to do it right.

    As for the block off plate, use some quality silicone sealant like the 3M 1211 or Yamabond that's used to seal the cases.
    Yeah thats what i was thinking also! If the prep & application is off you run the risk of losing a peice at the wrong time,ends up costing more in the long run
    Thanks for confirming what i already suspected,after all thesters manif. is way cheap enough
    Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by thester71 View Post
    I have a 95 intake with no nipples I'll sell you for $15 plus shipping
    P.M. sent Thanks

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