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post #1 of 3 Old 07-24-2009, 11:18 AM Thread Starter
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Boost Gauge "T" Connection..

Hi, im hooking up a boost gauge this weekend and have been reading along here about connecting the T to a few different locations people prefer. Can someone please verify for me if the BOV is the best place to hook up the T fitting and what line on it do I splice?? Thanks Guys!!
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I've always T'd mine into the BPV line but I have heard of people T-ing into the vacuum lines on the throttle body...im not sure if there would be any difference since your splicing into the same vacuum system. Can anyone verify my thinking?

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whats up... i hooked up the boost gauge today. really quick install.. i used the AVO pod to mount the autometer. Its cool it goes right in the corner of the windshield, fits perfect. I spliced the line on the BOV.. thanks..
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