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scavange pump- AN fittings

Anyone know the size of adapters I need from the scavange pump -AN fittings so that I can run AN line. Thanks
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Are you running off the engine block or from the thermostat in wheel well.
Some background info for you:
Wheel well fittings are a 30mm thread. That is roughly 1.25" or AN-18 or so equivalent. AN fittings are basically 16 to 1 inch ratio being AN-16 is 1 inch.
Hopefully somoeone that has done this chimes in. I stick to metric fittings because they bolt right up without adaptors to AN size.
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If you are talking about the turbo scavenge oil pump. I just treaded in some AN unions into the pump last night for my turbo conversion project. I think the unions measured 14x1.50 to -6 and 16x1.50 to -6.
When I get back in town I can double check for you.
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If you are talking about the turbo scavenge oil pump. I just treaded in some AN unions into the pump last night for my turbo conversion project. I think the unions measured 14x1.50 to -6 and 16x1.50 to -6.
When I get back in town I can double check for you.

Yup exactly what I am doing can you verify?
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Ben- In a pinch last year- I drilled the bottom of the pump and tapped it for 1/4" NPT- I then went 1/4" NPT to -8 and it works like a charm. Now in your case I know you want to do it the right way- That being said, I have no Idea what the stock size is- I think what av winans said about it being 14x1.50 thread is correct, but you want to go -8 instead.
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Ben,

Assume you're making up the hose from the tank to the pump? If so, I'm curious as well as that's on my replace list.

The original line is metal to rubber as it leaves the tank, then goes to metal all the way up and over the bell housing to the pump.

What are you using at the tank side?
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Ben- In a pinch last year- I drilled the bottom of the pump and tapped it for 1/4" NPT- I then went 1/4" NPT to -8 and it works like a charm. Now in your case I know you want to do it the right way- That being said, I have no Idea what the stock size is- I think what av winans said about it being 14x1.50 thread is correct, but you want to go -8 instead.
Yeah I will figure it out but -8 is the way to go I agree. Thanks for the advice. I willpost my findings
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Bat sells the metric to an fitting in all sizes
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Bat sells the metric to an fitting in all sizes

yup just need to make sure I order the correct ones.
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Confirmed: 14x1.5 and 16x1.5. on the metric side of the unions.
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Confirmed: 14x1.5 and 16x1.5. on the metric side of the unions.
thanks and yes you were right -6 as those are the only adapters available that I found. it should be fine thoughas they are still larger then the feed line
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