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    Looking for an A/F bung installer.

    Who around is good at installing/welding the A/F bungs into the J-pipes?
    What does it normally cost? Anything else to look out for? Have people been having issues with the O2 sensors going bad or the electronics dying? I have been reading up these topics but I am no welder.
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    Duane


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    Duane,I sent my pipe to Nils C. in Cal "Rude Performance" he did a GREAT job and knows right where to put it so you will not have any clearance problems.Todd r

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    yep Nils did mine

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    Been there and back! BDNJ's Avatar
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    Make sure you get a stainless bung when you order your a/f gauge!!!! You can order it separately if you already have the gauge. Dynatune.


    Brendan

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    Have a stainless bung WITH CAP! If done right and no cap in it ,,guaranteed to distort bung!

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    OK,
    Sounds like Nils is the man for this. Anyone have his contact info?
    Thanks for the replies,
    Duane

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    Been there and back! BDNJ's Avatar
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    Sent you a pm with the number.

    Brendan

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDNJ View Post
    Make sure you get a stainless bung when you order your a/f gauge!!!! You can order it separately if you already have the gauge. Dynatune.


    Brendan
    So does this Dynotune kit come with a stainless bung?

    http://www.dynotunenitrous.com/store...?idproduct=150

    Also what is the cap that Hoss is talking about?

    If it is not the bung that I should have, where can I obtain the correct one?

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    when you order your dynotune setup, ask them to swap out the provided bung for a stainless one instead. they do so at no extra charge usually. it comes with the cap/plug when you do this.

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    Stupid question, but this air fuel gauge monitors air / fuel ratio what on the gauge as far as numbers are you looking for to be normal. I guess what im asking is why do you install this gauge.

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