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Thread: WTB ARC Pressure Switch

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    WTB ARC Pressure Switch

    looking for a non leaking ARC Pressure switch for my 92 photos of one are here:
    http://www.sccoa.com/forums/attachme...1&d=1421553735
    92 (Red Car) SC Auto Heads Reworked 10% od pully Headers Cat Back 2-1-2 Kooks Headers Front Mount Intercooler Raised Top MPII Blower MP Intake 85MM TB 50 LB Injectors 255LPH Pump w Regulator 76 MM C&L MAS NOS stage I 60HP Quarterhorse BHJ ballancer LM-1 wideband
    93 (White Car) Broken Crankshaft so none of the other stuff matters. (Some day to be Badass 4.3 ltr with a 2.3 Whipple)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motohead View Post
    looking for a non leaking ARC Pressure switch for my 92
    I think TBSC shop has some:

    https://www.tbscshop.com/89-to-95-th...c-cougar-xr7/#

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    I wa hoping to find one a little more reasonable as My shocks will probably need to be replaced soon anyway rendering the whole system in operable
    92 (Red Car) SC Auto Heads Reworked 10% od pully Headers Cat Back 2-1-2 Kooks Headers Front Mount Intercooler Raised Top MPII Blower MP Intake 85MM TB 50 LB Injectors 255LPH Pump w Regulator 76 MM C&L MAS NOS stage I 60HP Quarterhorse BHJ ballancer LM-1 wideband
    93 (White Car) Broken Crankshaft so none of the other stuff matters. (Some day to be Badass 4.3 ltr with a 2.3 Whipple)

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    This thread has a cheap solution

    http://www.sccoa.com/forums/showthre...ressure-switch

    Assuming that part is still available

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motohead View Post
    I wa hoping to find one a little more reasonable as My shocks will probably need to be replaced soon anyway rendering the whole system in operable
    Cap it off with a bolt. The thread type is NPT, not metric nor SAE. Take your part to the hardware store to find the right size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motohead View Post
    I wa hoping to find one a little more reasonable as My shocks will probably need to be replaced soon anyway rendering the whole system in operable
    I have spares....define 'reasonable', maybe you can talk me out of one. PM is ok.

    Ken

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