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Default 05-14-2019, 03:44 PM

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I saw that. The plastic is so thin will that hold tightly? It doesn't seem like there will be much to thread into.
Yup! There is a thicker part on the bottom just for that, it will have enough to thread. Just make sure you use Teflon on all NPT parts. I have it in my 335i for about 6 years like that, no leaks


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Default 05-17-2019, 11:10 AM

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Lower values make IAT higher and higher values make IAT lower. If it's set wrong you'll have tuning problems so best to just follow whatever we suggest for it unless you're experienced at reading your logs and making your own tuning changes.[/QUOTE]

Thank You Terry!

So to enable the IAT wire just put a value of 30 on Cylinder 6?

If I put the value to 0 then it deactivates? Also do I leave the value in there when I am daily driving and using Map 2? Or do I only put the value when I am using WMI at the track?

What do I have to look at the log to know if I have to lower or increase the value?
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Default 05-17-2019, 11:13 AM

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I posted a link, here it is again

Buy the Century Drill Tool 93201 1/8-27npt 21/64in. Combo | Hardware World



Use that to drill, then tap. Then you install the 1/8NPT to 1/4 compression fitting we provided.
Do you have some pictures of the 1 gallon tank with the fitting installed?

When we tap the 1 gallon, are we taping for 1/8 NPT thread? How come you don't sell the tanks already threaded?
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Default 05-17-2019, 11:35 AM

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Do you have some pictures of the 1 gallon tank with the fitting installed?

When we tap the 1 gallon, are we taping for 1/8 NPT thread? How come you don't sell the tanks already threaded?
Correct, 1/8 NPT. You can use the link for reference on sizing for the drill bit if you already have some!

We don't thread them in because it's a universal tank. Some people choose to do different things with them, either out the side, using different size fittings etc.
It's a cheap modular tank for that reason.


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Default 05-18-2019, 07:12 AM

Do the black elbow push fitting just get pushed into the fuel pump? Mine are not going all the way in? Do those need a clip or something?
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Default 05-18-2019, 10:33 AM

They just slide in to the internal gray locking clips. To remove push the gray clip in and gently tub the elbow or line out.


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