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ok does anyone know if the stealth mode oil line kits for hondas/acuras come with the weld in flange for the oil pan need to know asap? Thanks and yes i know dumb question.

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no question is a dumb question if you don't know the answer. i was looking at that a few days ago ,but i think it describes the set up at the site.
 

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alright some one told me i shouldnt use the barb fitting and use a brass one instead is that a good sugg. or no?
 

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shoot i meant steel sry heres what he said.
"I recommend ditching the barbed fittings and using -10AN hose-ends and 1/2" NPT to -10AN steel adapters.
 

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shoot i meant steel sry heres what he said.
"I recommend ditching the barbed fittings and using -10AN hose-ends and 1/2" NPT to -10AN steel adapters.
there is definatly less of a chance of having a leak if you use AN fittings, so if you wanna pay a few more bucks; go for it! The stainless line, brass barb fittings, and hose clamps will work tho... i'm using the stealthmode kit on my 14b kit too and it works just fine (just make sure to cut the return line so that it is smooth transition into the pan; drill the hole near the top of the pan!)
 

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JB Weld is the shit. Thats how mine is on my oil pan:TU:
 
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