Killer B Motorsport Dual Sender Adapter - Subaru WRX 2015+ / Forester XT 2014+
Manufacturer Part # 868
Killer B Motorsport has designed the Dual Sender Adapter to allow those with the FA20 platform to run both an oil pressure sensor, as well as an oil temperature sensor when installing aftermarket gauges. This adapter has been fabricated from billet 300 series stainless steel and features 1/8" NPT threads which can be plugged if you should decide on only employing one gauge.
Once installed, users will have easy access to the front of the engine if they want to return back to stock if needed.
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Does this fit the EJ257? aero 1 year agoAnswer
Does this fit the EJ257? Also, with this I can just screw in 1/8NPT temp and pressure sensors to this piece? the hols in the pics look large. Do I need 2 of the other adapter also to go from this to 1/8NPT?
A: This will not work with the EJ series, this is only designed for the FA20. You can use this in direct function with a 1/8NPT fitting.
Jared A. 1 year ago
A: the killer b website says "Confirmed fitment on the EJ25" its just a splitter with all 1/8 npt threads (1 male and 2 female) however it was designed around the FA motor so i dont know how well this would fit under the alternator and perhaps might work better in the plug under the intercooler near the turbo. hope any of that helps!
Subaru_Kyle 10 months ago