I installed on top of steering column. You can tap off the BOV line or off the manifold. The manifold has a nipple at the front (almost in the centre) near the alternator. There is a hose on it but just stick a T connector in there and away you go - that is where I have mine.WRXwant1 said:What is the best way to do this??I am thinking of getting the pillar pod.Eventually getting an airfuel gauge & EGT.Is it possible to do a clean job when installing these & where do I tap into for vaccum readings?
hehehe...your the second to comment Maybe I upload some more pics without the legsWRXwant1 said:Thats looks GREAT!!How did you mount it to the column?Where did you run the line through??Oh yeah, man are your knees hairy!!LOL!Thanks
I am happy with the response. Just a light tap on the throttle and the guage bounces to 0 pressure. I have seen a video someone posted here or on another site that talked about how to improve the response of your pressure guage and I have to say mine performs like that now.gifty74 said:i suggest using rubber vacuum tubing, designed specifically for applications such as these. some, like michaelwrx i see are using the supplied stiff nylon tubing. i never installed it with the nylon tubing so i can't compare the two, but i do know the response is excellent with the vacuum tubing. 1/8" line works great as you can T right in to either the BOV line or FPR line and run that tubing straight up to the back of the gauge, where a simple brass fitting connects the two. michaelwrx, are you pleased with the response using the nylon tubing? just curious.
They mean nothing to me coming from Australia....Drod said:5th gear just remembering the day when I had my 99 C5 Hard top. Back when my stabel included a 97 Cobra and a 95 Firebird Firehawk. Before the Baby.