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I got some gauges from a friend for christmas and I'm trying to figure out a few things.

#1 where should I tap for the probe for my water temp gauge? inlet or outlet of the radiator maybe?

#2 is it better to put the fuel pressure sender before or after the filter?
 

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1.You can use a radiator hose adapter or use one of the TB coolant lines.


2.After the filter to give you closer to real rail pressure.
 

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1.You can use a radiator hose adapter or use one of the TB coolant lines.


2.After the filter to give you closer to real rail pressure.
would it be more important to know the inlet hose temp, or the the temp of the water entering the block?
 

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I would think the probe taking it's measurement from the block or TB lines might be closer to real temps than if you put one at the coolant inlet where the factory sender is.
 

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alright, i think I'll see if I can get into one of the coolant lines around the turbo, otherwise I'll go to the hose going to the radiator from the block
 

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Alot of people have made their own adaptor T's from plumbing parts at the hardware store to tap into the TB coolant lines.
 
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