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Old 08-09-2005, 05:09 PM   #41
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Just noticed this, how do you like have two different twilight sentinels. I know Seth'* 98 is like ur 95, and it always throws me for a loop at first in the later models bonnies.

Not a bad install, No tranny temp in this car?
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This car has an OEM trans cooler, but smaller than the 93. Has the oil cooler too, and will not be modified for the time being. I don't need to know the trans temp in this until I move the receiver hitch from the 93 over to it. I MAY put my old pillar pod from the 93 in the 95 when I install the custom pod.

My twilight sentinel in the 93 and 95 are identical, although the way the **** attaches to the outer ring of the switch assembly is different between them.
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BTW, my install consisted of:

Disconnect fitting at FPR
Put 'T' in
Put hos from 'T' to FPR
Put long hose from 3rd point on 'T' to the boost guage in the car.

I only hooked the guage up while at the track and again yesterday for some toying around, so I didn't go through the firewall. I went across the engine to the passenger side, out the back of the hood, around the A-pillar, and through the window, to the boost guage sitting on the center console behind the shifter.
Not the ideal place, but when I get my permanent guage I'll probably relocate the accessory outlet down below the radio where Will has his boost guage, and bore out the original outlet hole up high to accommadate the larger boost guage so it can be seen easily.
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Dive......look at installing yours in one of the two door vents for the AC. It looks like a good location on the Boss'* Riviera.
Thats not a bad idea. I dont get much airflow there anyway. Now I just need to take one of the vents CAREFULLY as I may put it back in at a later time.
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ok everyone, got the boost gauge on. It reads a steady 7.5 psi. I guess that is about right for a 2.7 inch pulley on my 95 riv?

Pics to come soon!!!!!
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Will this work on a 1992 park avenue also?
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Old 09-02-2005, 03:47 PM   #47
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It should. Especially after the Riv conquered it.
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whats the avergae boost the gauge should read (factory)
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a stock car.......ie your 95 with the stock pulley, produces between 7-8 PSI
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