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Old 08-31-2005, 01:38 AM   #11
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are there any 3 pod clusters available?
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What boost gauge are you planning to put in?
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Ummmm......macho......you don't HAVE boost. What'* a boost gauge going to read?
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Ummmm......macho......you don't HAVE boost. What'* a boost gauge going to read?
believe me, i know that i have no boost. but i am purchasing the zzp m90 kit.
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Ummmm......macho......you don't HAVE boost. What'* a boost gauge going to read?
believe me, i know that i have no boost. but i am purchasing the zzp m90 kit.
ooOOoo!! Good luck!


That should give you some boost to look at. :P
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Without F/I I don't think any gauges are needed. Yes, they will look cool but will basically be pointless and not help you out.
If you had any kind of F/I I'd do boost - fuel pressure - wideband A/F (stock is going to do nothing for you). In my car I'm running a boost/vac - fuel pressure - volt ('92-'99 don't have volt) and soon to be trans ('92-'93 can't scan for temp) and Wideband A/F.
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Without F/I I don't think any gauges are needed. Yes, they will look cool but will basically be pointless and not help you out.
If you had any kind of F/I I'd do boost - fuel pressure - wideband A/F (stock is going to do nothing for you). In my car I'm running a boost/vac - fuel pressure - volt ('92-'99 don't have volt) and soon to be trans ('92-'93 can't scan for temp) and Wideband A/F.
mine has a volt
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