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Should I use this bung or the aluminum bung?
It depends on the intake piping material. Use this mounting bung if you are using steel pipe, and the aluminum bung if using aluminum pipe. For plastic charge piping, you can use either bung and attach it with epoxy.
Do I need this if I am installing the sensor in a cast manifold or cast tubing?
No, the bung is only necessary if you are mounting the bung in a thin walled surface that doesn’t have enough thickness to cut threads into it.
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