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    questoin about stock exhaust manafold

    I have a rxp that im looking to add a 02 sensor to the check my afrs and i see riva makes a kit to tap the manafold but it says for 08 and up and my motor is an 05 question is can the 05 manafold be tapped like the 08 can or do i have to just get a 08 manafold thanks


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    I would goto swap in sell and post wanted to buy 08 exhaust manifold preferably Tapped for o2

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    yes, a 05 can be tapped just fine. use this kit
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=2296

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    slow91 it would get tapped in the same area as the 08 would if thats the case it would save me money verse buying an 08 manafold

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    I have done it on the older manifolds with a 2 step drill process that has worked good for me.

    I drill all the way through with a smaller bit then the bigger bit just drill enough to tap just what you need.

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    See the below post with pictures and location of the water jacket, I have cut an Exhaust manifold in half,
    It is pretty easy if you take your time,
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...=new+way+drill
    the thin part of the water jacket is down inside, you do not thread the tap all the way down,
    good luck
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    ahh cool thanks skigolfnut just read the other post seems easy enough gonna tackle this tomorrow weather here in nj sucks rain more rain and oh yea rain so im gonna work on the motor and get my 02 sensor installed tomorrow thanks for the help

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    I also am using a 05 tapped mani
    as the photo shows there is no room for error
    only tap it as deep is needed, less than 1/2 way down

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidoochris View Post
    I also am using a 05 tapped mani
    as the photo shows there is no room for error
    only tap it as deep is needed, less than 1/2 way down
    Great advice!

    This tap kit gives you what you need to get the job done including a plug to use when you don't have your 02 sensor installed in the ski
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=2296

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