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This is a discussion on Boost Gauge instalation problem within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; i picked up some "sunpro" gauges at the local store and there is no T to tap into the vaccum ...

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    Boost Gauge instalation problem

    i picked up some "sunpro" gauges at the local store and there is no T to tap into the vaccum line so how the hell am i supposed to hook it up...thanks in advance

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    Tap point

    Like this.
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    ok that looks like a huge jimmy rig job...can u explain it a little better...i really suck at gauges and crap like that

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    I don't know what you use as a reference, but that tee was textbook. He even used Swagelok fittings, they don't get much better in terms of reliability and simplicity. Yeah, "jimmy rig"...whatever.

    It's a great model for how to tee off for your boost gauges. You can also tee off the BOV line.
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    Originally posted by supermarkus
    I don't know what you use as a reference, but that tee was textbook. He even used Swagelok fittings, they don't get much better in terms of reliability and simplicity. Yeah, "jimmy rig"...whatever.

    It's a great model for how to tee off for your boost gauges. You can also tee off the BOV line.
    well as i said before i'm the last person to give advice on guages or anything like that just from the looks it looked it but from what you say i am mistaken and i apologize for my view. From what i expected was sort've a plug and play type of thing

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    Tap Point

    'Jimmy rig', 'Swagelok' fittings....man these are all foreign to me

    Just used what the auto store had.....Yes you can tap off the BOV point....Perhaps like this...(but this is the T point for my MBC)

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