Boost gauge

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  1. SoFloBlue

    SoFloBlue Member

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    Sorry I couldn't find the F/I section to post this, however I'm hooking up my boost gauge and was wondering what vacuum line people use to show vac/boost.... a picture would be great as well. Thanks !
     
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    Slywhitty "Midget Magnet"

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    What type of blower is gonna really help with this question lol
     
  4. SoFloBlue

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    I'm so sorry haha URD MKIII
     
  5. shane881510

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    This vac line is where mine is.
     

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  6. SoFloBlue

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    Ok awesome.... I thought about that one... I have the URD BOV on that one.... is that going to be a problem.... also the T piece is much smaller... is there another smaller vacuum line I can use ?
     
  7. SoFloBlue

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    The gauge is the prosport EVO series.... if that helps
     
  8. shane881510

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    I have my bov and gauge both on it. I also use the prosport evo boost gauge. I think I used a different t from my local parts store. Big as the vac line with small port to go to the bov and gauge line
     
  9. SoFloBlue

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    Ok cool thanks for the replies, did you install it behind the BOV ? (Closer to the fire wall) or in front of it?
     
  10. SoFloBlue

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    Would the small line that runs on the top of the manifold work for both vac and boost ?
     

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  11. shane881510

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    Idk, I don't recall anyone using that vac line. I install my boost gauge sending unit close to the fire wall and ran a line to a t in the big vac line and then I ran the bov and the bypass valve from the same t in the big line.
     

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