|12mm Adapter for Cylinder Pressure Tester.|
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Just finished making a 12mm whip hose for my old Moroso 89600 Leak Down Tester will be Honda CBX testing shortly. Added a plug gasket in addition to the o-ring, as the o-ring got fouled by the head threads the first time I test fitted things will see if that works better.
Be forewarned that this adapter will not be easy to install. Since Aircraft Spruce was out of the E2A-12mm differential pressure testers, I bought the standard E-2A tester and this 12mm adapter. The fitting on the E2a was on so tight that wrenches could not remove it. I ended up having to cut the E2Aa fitting off. The 12mm adapter now fits, but if, when I use my E2A and it ends up being defective, I am afraid I will not be able to return it due to the damage caused. Whoever puts on the fittings at Eastern Technology is using TOO MUCH thread locker and TOO MUCH torque!!
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No, this replaces the 18mm tip. You have to remove the 18mm from the whip hose and install this to use it in a 12mm hole.