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Old 03-27-2013, 04:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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He351 plug

Wondering if you guys still sell the plug for the he351? Can't find the dang thing anywhere!


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It's a component of a kit, so we don't list it on our website as a retail item. Just give us a call and anyone of us can get one shipped to you.
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It's a component of a kit, so we don't list it on our website as a retail item. Just give us a call and anyone of us can get one shipped to you.
How much does the plug run?
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Pretty sure they quoted me $40 plus shipping. I ended up making my own from an oil drain fitting cause I'm cheap. But with the oil drain plug, you have to cut the plug down and have thread files to fix the threads after cutting. Plus you still have to fill the 2 little holes that the plug doesnt seal with something like JB Weld, epoxy, or weld em up. ATS's plug is a bolt in piece. A nice unit and if I we're to do it again, I'd pay the $40 After all, I spent about $20 for just the plug and JB Weld. I saved $20, yet spent an hour or 2 making the plug and getting it to fit right, and all said and done, I still have a turbo with JB Weld in it
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Pretty sure they quoted me $40 plus shipping. I ended up making my own from an oil drain fitting cause I'm cheap. But with the oil drain plug, you have to cut the plug down and have thread files to fix the threads after cutting. Plus you still have to fill the 2 little holes that the plug doesnt seal with something like JB Weld, epoxy, or weld em up. ATS's plug is a bolt in piece. A nice unit and if I we're to do it again, I'd pay the $40 After all, I spent about $20 for just the plug and JB Weld. I saved $20, yet spent an hour or 2 making the plug and getting it to fit right, and all said and done, I still have a turbo with JB Weld in it
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