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    JetWorks install - Fercho Version

    I plan to relocate the temp sensor 2" forward instead of disable it. Do I just cust the sensor to fit ? Should it hit the inner wall of the pipe or between somewhere ?


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    oops - Should I of tapped the nipple thing ?
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    MRBTD,
    If you look at the open end of the pipe and use your arrow on the boss as 12:00 you would go to about 2:00 position and there is a larger boss area. I tapped there for the nipple and the sensor. "The Fercho paper" does not have the right tap size for the sensor it shows 1/8" NPT the sensor is a 10mm thread and you need a flat face for it seal properly. I smoothed the face of the larger boss and then drilled and tapped it. I put both the sensor and the nipple next to each other for ease of disassembly. where you put yor nipple will work however you have less wall thickness there and minimal thread engagement.

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    Also the nipple for the water outlet should be at the bottom of the pipe, not the top, otherwise the pipe will allways have a level of water in and it will not drain away.

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    Thanks guys..Is this the right spot ? I already have the plug for the wrong hole .
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    Yep, that were I relocated the temp sensor to on mine.

    Also here is Fernando's distructions for install.
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    Any issues using a NPT plug for the bad holes ? I have the oppurtunity to pick up a new pipe for <$25.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbtd View Post
    Any issues using a NPT plug for the bad holes ? I have the oppurtunity to pick up a new pipe for <$25.
    wow, for 25 bux, you should jump on that. thats cheap for the rear stinger section.

    I'm not sure how tight you have the plug in there, you don't want to strip it, but there is alot of water pressure behind that plug. (35-40 psi) est. @ w.o.t.

    for 25 bux, I would still buy that other pipe either to redo the job or have as a backup in case that plug leaks.

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    Ok. Picked up the new pipe and relocated the temp sensor and exit for the water.

    Trying to decide if I need to cut the tabs off (where the Sensor was) and use a 90 elbow ? It seems some instructions suggest running the water in from the carb side. Rather than straight back (water box side).
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    Mine goes in straight just like you have it. My tabs are removed. My water line is run from the carb side.

    Nice looking job on the install.

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