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I searched and didnt quite find what i need.
Im basically looking for what do i use to tap the oil pan. If i were to buy the stealhmodeperformance kit what would i need to tap the pan with seeing as they dont come with the peice to tap the oil pan.
 

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thanks...i was actually talking about what fitting to weld into the pan
 

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oh ight thanks
 

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Oh, 1/2 NPT steel bungs are what I use. (with a 5/8 barb 1/2 NPT fitting)
also will this work with the stealh mode oil line kit?
 

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i could have sworn the stealthmode kit came with the bung you used to tap the oil pan with...
 

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i could have sworn the stealthmode kit came with the bung you used to tap the oil pan with...
idk i wrote them and asked and they said it didnt. if anyone can clearify this lmk.
 

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Yeah the kit comes with a brass fitting. I just drilled a hole and then used a bunch of JB Weld.
 

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rhe Stealthmode kits use a brass barbed fitting to connect the return oil line to the pan. The instructions have you drill the pan and open up the hole just enough to thread in the threaded barbed fitting. You then apply copious amounts of JB Weld to both sides of the pan.

If you want a sturdy seal, that will not age or break over the years, a welded bung for either steel or aluminum is the perfect solution.

Hope that helps,

Craig
 
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