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Old 11-09-2020, 11:20 PM   #3977
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I hope you realize that I was just kidding. But from all of the problems that I've read about the bypass valves sticking on these Edelbrock kits and reading absolutely nothing negative on the Harrop kits, besides the length of wait for that CARB approval, I'm just glad that I invested the extra money for the Harrop.
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I've only got 4 Remote MAP sensors left if anyone is interested.
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I've only got 4 Remote MAP sensors left if anyone is interested.
Do you have a place on here where we can see them and see a price?
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Do you have a place on here where we can see them and see a price?
This one doesn't fit the harrop kit, but I did design one. Just haven't made it yet. I would need a minimum of 10 preorders to get it produced.
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This one doesn't fit the harrop kit, but I did design one. Just haven't made it yet. I would need a minimum of 10 preorders to get it produced.
I just want to know if I may be able to use part of it. I understand that you are tapping into your vacuum boost line. I'm actually using a custom manifold boost gauge tap fitting from a Honda Civic for my connection point at the manifold, but I might be able to use your sensor mount if it's made for the OEM or aftermarket Omni sensors. And I just talked to Zach at CSG about this earlier and he suggested contacting you about it after I had earlier today.

So yeah, definitely still interested.
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Unfortunately there are several dimensional issues that keep the omni and stock sensor from working in this adapter. Good news, I've already designed one for the harrop. I don't have someone locally to test for though.
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Hey just wanted to give a quick update on a situation I was experiencing a couple of months ago with a rough idle, power loss, running really rich Fuel Trims. I thought I had fixed the problem by cleaning the MAF Sensor but that was only temporary. I then looked for vacuum leaks didn't find any. I finally decided to throw some parts at the problem and replaced the port injectors I assumed after 162k miles they may have been slightly clogged. It's been about a month and all my issues have disappeared so it seems that fixed everything. So if you have high mileage car with a rough idle, power loss, and Fuel Trims are rich. I would check into testing your port injectors.
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Sup erryone - I am running into a weird issue where I have no idea where to "T" off to my boost gauge. I know, boost gauge for SC not needed like it is for turbo, but I am kinda paranoid about wanting to know what is going on with the car, etc... (I went boost, wideband, and oil temp just FYI).

I am a very visual person so if anyone has any pictures, or can take them or even draw them, of what they have for a boost line "T" setup that would be greatly appreciated!
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Sup erryone - I am running into a weird issue where I have no idea where to "T" off to my boost gauge. I know, boost gauge for SC not needed like it is for turbo, but I am kinda paranoid about wanting to know what is going on with the car, etc... (I went boost, wideband, and oil temp just FYI).

I am a very visual person so if anyone has any pictures, or can take them or even draw them, of what they have for a boost line "T" setup that would be greatly appreciated!

Something like this:

https://www.detroittuned.com/turbosm...rence-adapter/

might be of interest to you.
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Something like this:

https://www.detroittuned.com/turbosm...rence-adapter/

might be of interest to you.
Funny enough, that is almost exactly what I already have, but for the MAP sensor on the runner

I am going to take some pictures and post them up of what I am already working with, I think that will help. I actually have the car out and at work with me today so that I can try and figure this out!
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Funny enough, that is almost exactly what I already have, but for the MAP sensor on the runner

I am going to take some pictures and post them up of what I am already working with, I think that will help. I actually have the car out and at work with me today so that I can try and figure this out!

Hmmm... where else would you WANT to get a boost signal for a boost gauge OTHER THAN at the MAP sensor port?
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Hmmm... where else would you WANT to get a boost signal for a boost gauge OTHER THAN at the MAP sensor port?
I'm not explaining myself well enough on what my issue is. And it's on me, cause I'm bad at words

Here are some photos:

This first one shows the lines I have running right now.

BLUE = Brake booster Tube
RED = Brake booster Tube to BPV from "T" in brake booster Tube
GREEN = Back of engine to MAP sensor spacer
ORANGE = MAP spacer/sensor created by @B T



In this photo, I have a yellow arrow to where I *THINK* I need to put another "T" in the Brake Booster Tube to then run to the boost gauge.



Is this correct?
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If I remember correctly what you have labeled green is where Edelbrock recommends grabbing boost for a gauge
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If I remember correctly what you have labeled green is where Edelbrock recommends grabbing boost for a gauge
https://www.ft86club.com/forums/show...&postcount=124

According to this post, it appears as though there is a pre-tapped thing I can take out right next to where the tube goes to the back of the heat exchanger (that I have labeled green)? I bet I could just use that?

Otherwise, I think you are totally correct, it would be the green tube I "T" into
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