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Common sense tells me if you drill into the manifold for the probe that means metal shavings ending up god knows where like thru the turbo and into my oil. How is this done? Should i just upgrade to an $3000 agp kit just to put in my $150 gauge? :jester: If not the case who wants to help me out. I live in corona.
 

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hmmm Corona... there's quite a number of SRT owners in Corona who could possibly help you. if not, go to dave's shop in San Berdo.
 

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where did you drill and tap into it at???
you can drill if you do it slowly and carefully...like as soon as you are about to puncture clear the bit and area of all shavings, then put lithium grease all over the bit and drill slowly. also you should drill in an area to when you start the car any shaving that may have gotten in there just blowout down ur exhaust....
 

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the volute??? please explain in more depth??
do you think the top of the o2 housing would be too far away??
Easiest way to explain it is the round part of the manifold. You can see a distinct curvature as the manifold meets the turbine area. There is a nice flat surface area there about 2" wide to drill into. I like mine to be pre turbo for more accurate readings.
 
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