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    asphalt, dirt, and water are my playgrounds. ViperRy's Avatar
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    Exh mani tap for wideband

    I recall someone on the forum that does a good job tapping the exh. mani for an o2 sensor w/o hitting the water jacket and charges a nominal fee. Anyone have their contact info?

    Also, where are you guys getting the best readings, tapped by the water fitting? Thanks.


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    its going to be close! I hit my water jacket, some 3 coats of jb weld where the water nipple goes and good to go, been running fine for about 50 hrs so far, knock on wood!

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    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...c-install-pics
    Clipped the waterjacket a bit. Took care of it with some JB Weld. Never had any problems with it.

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    Nils at Rude performance is great with the J-Pipes. Charges 80.00 for labor. Rich at WFO is great at manifolds and charges $60.00 for tapping. The manifold needs to have the 693 casting and not the 692 as the water jackets are larger and harder to miss. I personally love the J-Pipe as it is easy to remove the sensor and it looks great as well. I borrowed one for the time being until mine is finished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1tommygunner1927 View Post
    WOW I just looked at that and thats a great price.

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    I had no idea. What's the turn around time? Nils said 2-3 days. Hell of a price.

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    I just did mine, I have a milling machine here at work. All you have to do is deck the boss to get it good and flat and i made a tool to center the hole and get it as far from the hose bib as you can and still have a full seal on the crush washer.

    Drilled all the way through with a 5/8 and then most of the way through with a 21/32. No problem, but if you do not have a drill press with a vice i wouldn't try it. Everything has to be straight and square.

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    asphalt, dirt, and water are my playgrounds. ViperRy's Avatar
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    Damn, I have a non X mani and an X exhaust.

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    That sucks....

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