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    Established Member Three Rings Teck09's Avatar
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    Meth kit nozzle thread sizes?

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    Does anyone know if the major meth kit players use the same nozzle sizes? If so, what thread size are they? I am wanting to tap my bi-pipes before I get a kit and the bi-pipes are off of the car at the moment so now is a great time to do it. Any info would be great, thanks.

    EDIT- Best I can tell 1/8npt seems to be the standard, does that jive with what you all have?
    Last edited by Teck09; 05-12-2018 at 11:12 AM.

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    Veteran Member Four Rings
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    Stock bipipes? I just drilled mine out and jammed the nozzles in there, as if they were self tapping. But I believe 1/8 npt is standard

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    Established Member Three Rings
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    Mine have been 1/8

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    Established Member Three Rings Teck09's Avatar
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    Thanks guys. Yes, stock bipipes. I just drilled the 21/64"(?) holes and will let the plugs do the rest.

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    Senior Member Two Rings projectvoltron's Avatar
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    Its usually 1/8 npt
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