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Billet B-Series Crankcase Pressure Port Fitting

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Billet B-Series Crankcase Pressure Port Fitting

Are you monitoring crankcase pressure levels on your race car? If not you should be!

Monitoring your crankcase pressure levels gives you valuable information about your engine's state of health & piston ring to cylinder wall sealing, and is highly recommended - especially on turbocharged cars that develop high levels of blow-by and crankcase pressure.

The Billet B-Series Crankcase Pressure Port Fitting was designed specifically for use on Honda/Acura B-Series engines to plug the OEM "black box" breather port and provide a location that is directly in the crankcase to install a 1/8” NPT pressure sensor, giving accurate pressure readings during engine operation.
•Precision CNC machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum
•Black Anodized finish adds durability and eliminates corrosion
•Precise fit w/dual O-rings provides a tight, leak free seal & dampens vibrations to the sensor
•17mm wrench provision for easy tightening with integrated 1/8” NPT pressure sensor port

AEM offers several sensor and Plug & Pin connector kits for vehicles that require additional outputs and/or upgraded hardware over existing sensors. Available sensors include boost/backpressure sensors, exhaust gas temperature (EGT) sensors, nitrous oxide/brake pressure sensors, UEGO replacement sensors, inlet air temp sensors (IAT), K-Type sensors and more. All sensors come with a three- wire mating connector with 12" leads for ease of installation.

* High-quality sealed sensor housings

* Mating connector and 12” leads included (sensors)

* Accurate and affordable!

Installation Notes: We recommend thoroughly cleaning the port in the block and the fitting with brake cleaner prior to installation, and then liberally coating it with HondaBond or Permatex Ultra Grey and allowing it to cure for 24hrs before use. This will act both as lubricant to facilitate installation and then will setup and bond the fitting into the block so that it doesn’t blow out in the case of abnormally high crankcase pressures such as during the event of a piston failure.