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post #1 of 18 Old 07-16-2007, 05:35 PM Thread Starter
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PYROMETER PROBE PLEASE HELP

where is the best place to install the pyrometeer probe
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The best place is your exhaust manifold. Use the drivers side as its less of a run for the wires.

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Here is some good directions for ya with pics.3-Gauge Install Pictures

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thanks help alot i ordered new evolution surley they will tell me what size of tap to use
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You should get install directions, but on there website they say 5/16ths hole 1/8th NPT for the tap

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Anybody locally that wants to do a video writeup lemme know on gauges - that's one writeup I wanna do for the site soon!!!

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Anybody locally that wants to do a video writeup lemme know on gauges - that's one writeup I wanna do for the site soon!!!

man we should have done it when i installed my set, we could have used pics or something, i know im not local but it could have worked!!

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I agree exhaust manifold is the only way to go. Temps differ vastly if you put it anywhere else...

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And the exhaust manifold is very easy to drill/tap. MUCH easier than plate steel. It won't take you more than 10 minutes.

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use a vacuum/shop vac next to the whole while you are drilling. Then put some wheel bearing grease on the tap to hold on to the shavings. Don't want cast iron shavings getting back into the cylinders some how. Not likely, but better to be safe....
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