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Were else can I put my boost gauge fitting? I don't realy want to tap the intake.
 

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Maybe I'm wrong...but the boost gauge should come with a T fitting that taps into a rubber hose. An Pyrometer taps into the Manifold....but I heard it pretty much has to go there.
 

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I installed the pyro tonight.Just the probe I'm waiting on my Tippin gauge mount.
 

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I tapped my boost gauge in the cast tube on the passenger side of the motor that runs from the intercooler to the top of the motor next to the alternator. I installed it on the back side of the pipe so you couldnt tell it was there unless you removed the tube. It also seemed to be the easiest part the take of and drill and tap.

The easiest and most common sense place to put it is in the tin tube on the driver side or a rubber duct tube. But Id be affraid of it blowing out leaving a hole or leak.



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I only tap the boost tube out of the compressor. It is the only reading that represents how much work the turbo is doing.

The intake side already has a boost sensor.
 
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