Bung Hole

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  1. Purdue_Boiler_Viper

    Purdue_Boiler_Viper Viper Owner

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    Getting ready to drill a hole in my Belanger turn out for my Innovate bung. The bung measures about 1 inch in diameter. What is the desired hole size?
     
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    I used whatever size drill bit that fit the size of the diameter of the internal thread hole of the bung. I don't remember the size of the bit but I can find out for you. Once I had the hole drilled I followed up with a Dremel to make any final adjustments. It was fairly easy to do. I pretty much followed Damn Yankee's write up here: http://forums.viperclub.org/illustrated-upgrades/602309-mounting-wideband-viper-guide-photos.html Are you installing the WBO on both sides or just the driver's side?
     
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    That's pretty much what I thought. Something around 3/4 or 7/8ths. Both sides. Probably overkill, but so is a Viper. :D
     
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    If you're doing an dual LC-1 install it may be helpful if you post some pics of how you routed the wiring from the passenger side into the cockpit (or wherever) and how you have dual LC-1's connected.
     
  5. Purdue_Boiler_Viper

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    Will do Tony.
     
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    Pull your mid-pipes to install those bunges if you didn't already plan to.
     
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    To prevent warped flanges maybe?
     
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    That and to keep crap out of the CATs
     

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