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Im in the process of thinking of a way to route my nitrous line (about 1/4 inch thick) its -4AN line, through the firewall and into the engine bay. Now the hole that i used for my fogs and nitrous electrical in my opinion is way to tight to fit the nitrous line through. Im really looking for some help from you guys. Any opinions, advise? Thanks
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I think the best thing that you could do, though I admit that it won't be easy would be to find a good spot in the firewall, then drill a hole.

I'm sure that they make some sort of "through wall" fitting that you can install where you can attach the nitrous line to the fitting on each side of the fire wall. This will not only give you a cleaner look, it'll mostly likely cut down on the possibility of snagging or scraping the line at some point in the future.

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Drill thru the clutch master cylinder filler plate.
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Drill thru the clutch master cylinder filler plate.
Truth! I drilled through mine to run air lines for Total Load Control:



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