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Old 09-12-2006, 01:47 AM   #11
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Thanks, I was just wondering is this something I should takle myself. I am pretty handy but no mechanic. So any hose off the intake should be fine? I want to get a boost guage but is any one brand better?
It has to be a hose from the boost side of the */C. If you put it in upstream of the rotors you'll only measure vacuum. There should be one that already has an MAF for the computer and a connection to the boost controller. Get an electronic model and just pop it in at some point in that hose.
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