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Old 04-24-2005, 00:51   #1 (permalink)
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Boost Gauge

Hi guys just wondering were every1 has connected their boost gauges to the vaccum line and how they did it.
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Hi guys just wondering were every1 has connected their boost gauges to the vaccum line and how they did it.
You need to cut the line that comes out of the top of the bov and place the T-piece for the boost gauge in that line. Cut it a good 15-20cm from the top of the BOV. If yours is electric it will run to the little pressure measuring device. If you have any problems getting the tube over the tips of the T piece use a little vasaline around the outside part of the T piece lip.
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Thanks I'll it a go
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