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Old 10-17-2015, 08:20 PM   #1
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Boost gauge install

so im installing a boost gauge, first time ive had to install one. Do i install the tjoint on the line going to the BOV or directly off the bigger brake booster line? Check the link for the spots im talking about.

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It doesn't matter. Although some BOV's recommend a dedicated line for them to maintain fast reaction time, a boost gauge probably isn't going to do anything to that. If you decide to go off the booster line, make sure it's before the little bulge in the booster line, that's the check valve to make sure the booster keeps vacuum.
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It doesn't matter. Although some BOV's recommend a dedicated line for them to maintain fast reaction time, a boost gauge probably isn't going to do anything to that. If you decide to go off the booster line, make sure it's before the little bulge in the booster line, that's the check valve to make sure the booster keeps vacuum.
Awesome thanks! Yeah i got plenty of space between the bov line and the check valve.
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Not sure if this will help anyone in the future but there is a spot right on top of the intake manifold that you can plug right into.
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