That could be an option. I might be able to rig up a brace/bracket for the T to rest on so it takes the force off of the mounting location. The only thing running off of the T is just 2 hoses so I dont think the force will be too bad compared to some who mount the sensors right on the T.I'm not sure I would trust the T off the block. Safe way to do it would be to mount the T on the engine, firewall, etc and then run a short hose off the block to it. That just doesn't look like it's going to hold up well to vibrations, bumps, etc. Just my .02 but that could be an expensive problem. Hopefully we get to see this thing in action soon!
I guess ill have to do some research on the hose then. Maybe I can use the hose I already have and move it in between the block and T. Then I can just put the sender directly into the T.The worst grenade I know of was a brass T that had the stock pressure sender and a hose. About or maybe even less force than your 2 hoses. That one also didn't have the extender. I'd keep the brass off of the block. Put an 18" hose in there instead of the silver extender. Be safe.
That's exactly what I would do. Maybe buy/make a L bracket to zip tie (or bolt somehow) the sender and T to.I guess ill have to do some research on the hose then. Maybe I can use the hose I already have and move it in between the block and T. Then I can just put the sender directly into the T.
Thanks Steve! Glad to be a part of the T-I team!I just publicly wanted to welcome Justin to the moderator crew of the site..... he's a valuable resource around here.