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This is a discussion on Omori Boost Gauge ? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Anybody got some install tips? Like what are some good power wires to tap and which vacuum hose to T ...

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    Omori Boost Gauge ?

    Anybody got some install tips? Like what are some good power wires to tap and which vacuum hose to T into? etc...

    The directions for this thing aren't very clear. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Guess NOT!

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    bummer dude. i bought mine with the factory gauge...so no aftermarket necessary.

    i would have liked a different location however.

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    Try J-Spec

    J-Spec Tunning has some info for you. Thaison from J-Spec is awesome to deal with and I suggest anyone looking for Omori gagues to look him up.

    http://www.j-spectuning.com/installation_tips.htm

    Dave

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    Thanks Dave!

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    I tapped into the wires to the clock for power, ground and light.

    I ordered the vaccum line adapter with my guages I think it's P-47 or something like that. It's on the J-Spec site too. This allows you to tap the vacuum line on the hose coming off the BOV. This is the same place the factory gauge would tap and it's easy to get at.

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    Many people T off at the factory BOV vacumn line and needed the adapter.
    YOU DO NOT NEED TO DO THIS!! The T-fitting that came with your gauge will fit if you T off at the FPR (as stated in the installation manual). I've mentioned this on NASIOC and only a few people have seen my post.

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    I just did mine last week. Check the SubieGal pod/Omori Gauge thread in this forum, and my pics at www.morrisgarage.com/wrx
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