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Wfrager
Intake Plumbing


Got my new HH dual plane intake, looks great. It has only two water outlets, where as my previous intake had 4, front and back. There were restrictors in the outlets. Should I be concerned 2 vs. 4 water outlets? Should I use restrictors? Will -8AN hose suffice to the remote T-stat?

Lastly, my remote tstat housing has my gage sender in the base, but I need to install another temp sensor for the EFI computer. Could I drill and tap the intake?
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DaveBlakeman
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Re: Intake Plumbing
on: Thu 09 of Feb, 2017 [15:28 UTC] score: 0.00
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Wfrager:
if you have a need for more water access, your machine shop can drill and reverse tap them. No restrictors are required and all water holes in the remote therm and HH intake are 1/2" pipe. You can drill the remote therm. or the intake for water access. Hope this helps, Bob






> Got my new HH dual plane intake, looks great. It has only two water outlets, where as my previous intake had 4, front and back. There were restrictors in the outlets. Should I be concerned 2 vs. 4 water outlets? Should I use restrictors? Will -8AN hose suffice to the remote T-stat?
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> Lastly, my remote tstat housing has my gage sender in the base, but I need to install another temp sensor for the EFI computer. Could I drill and tap the intake?


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