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    A couple of questions...

    I have re-located my waterbox exit at the rear of the waterbox and now the lead for the temperature sensor will not reach, will it be a problem for me to solder in another 4 -5 inches of wire to make it reach?

    Also I need to drill and tap my intercooler block-off for my FPR, what size drill bit do I need to use to screw the 1/8 NPT tap into?

    Thanks in advance,

    Grant


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    Grant, you will have no trouble soldering in the wire to lengthen it.

    You will need a 1/8 NPT tap and i think a 23/64 drill bit to tap your stock IC blockoff.

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    BTW, you don't have to put a fitting into your stock IC blockoff for the FPR. On top of each intake runner is a nipple. Just drill one out, slide the sensor hose for the FPR on over it and then use a zip tie to tighten up the hose on the nipple.

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    I see thanks for the quick reply Jerry,

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