This is the adapter I used no sealant necessary. Aeromotive 15606 AN-06 O-ring Boss/AN-06 Male Flare Adapter Fitting
The inlet fitting appears to be a tapered pipe thread fitting, screwed into a tapered pipe-thread hole. There's male threads visible, because male pipe thread should never screw into the hole so deep that the threads disappear.
Almost certainly.So I need a tapered AN fitting? I mean tapered on the threaded side not the AN side, same type fitting on the other hole
I have a couple pics but I don't think it's possible to tell from the pics? it's a fairly new Summit reg., I'll give them a call to see what they say and order what's needed, don't want the car going Up In Smoke...or Flames View attachment 721240 View attachment 721241 View attachment 721242
It would be over with the car in a receipt folder, I'll take a look for it tomorrow, I have 2 other regs there that I'll take a look at, can you tell with a caliper in the threads?
Hahaha, that's for cng.....
First Guess: A vent that allows the diaphragm to move without restriction. Needs to be open. CHECK YOUR PAPERWORK for confirmation.I just noticed the small threaded hole to the R of where the outlet fitting goes, should that be capped? never even noticed it before
An experienced eye can see the taper in tapered pipe thread. Newbies generally can't...at first.Didn’t know this
The taper rate for all NPT threads is 1 inch of diameter in 16 inches of length
That is what I'd expect. HOWEVER, I can't be certain by looking at his photos.I just did a quick look at Summit’s site at all the Summit brand regulators of that style, and all of them list a 3/8 NPT fitting for both inlet and outlet.