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    What is the best way to pressure test a j pipe after o2 bong install?

    How do you do this?

    I'm guessing you some how block off the holes and apply water or air pressure?

    How do you block off all the holes where the water exits the j pipe into the water box?

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    any one?

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    PM speedskixp. Jim can help you out.

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    I would also like to know how to do this

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    I plugged 2 of the hoses and the 3rd one hooked up to my garden hose and watched for leaks. would work better if there was a way to plug the 3 holes going into the water box.
    Also learned the hard way to install antiseze on the treads right away. if not the o2 plug sezes up right away and comes out very very hard. Then I had to re tap the hole with a 18 1.5 tap and buy a new plug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotbird View Post
    I plugged 2 of the hoses and the 3rd one hooked up to my garden hose and watched for leaks. would work better if there was a way to plug the 3 holes going into the water box.
    Also learned the hard way to install antiseze on the treads right away. if not the o2 plug sezes up right away and comes out very very hard. Then I had to re tap the hole with a 18 1.5 tap and buy a new plug.
    Every sensor I've bought has had anti seize on the threads already

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhill19 View Post
    Every sensor I've bought has had anti seize on the threads already
    yea but the plug dose not.

    the plug for when your not using the o2 sensor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotbird View Post
    I plugged 2 of the hoses and the 3rd one hooked up to my garden hose and watched for leaks. would work better if there was a way to plug the 3 holes going into the water box.
    Also learned the hard way to install antiseze on the treads right away. if not the o2 plug sezes up right away and comes out very very hard. Then I had to re tap the hole with a 18 1.5 tap and buy a new plug.
    If stock length j-pipe outlet you can use a reducer coupler and 2 clamps to block the pissers by sliding it over the outlet tube and clamping one around the j-pipe and the other around the outlet. I believe the one I use is a 2 3/4 in to 2 1/4 in reducer. 2 3/4 to 2in may work but would be tight sliding on and off the j-pipe outlet. Hope this helps.

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