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Oil Pressure Sender Question

Does anybody know what thread the H22 block has for the oil pressure sending unit? Is it 1/8 NPT or is it BPST or some other crazy pipe thread? I want to tee off of the block right there so I can hook an oil pressure gauge up temporarily.
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