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    Plumbing in a Boost gauge

    I've got an old boost gauge lying about, where's the best place to take a boost feed? T-piece off the manifold somewhere?

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    Either of the top of the dv like i did or the fpr I think

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    Yep, I think off the DV is easier though and gives the better reading of the two.
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    i use top of DV but heard for anything but an AGU it was better to use the FPR? not sure in the truth behind this

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    yeh I used the dv only because I havnt got the skill or know how to mess with the fpr lol on my agu

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    Mines off the for on an Aguirre. Does that mean its wrong?

 

 

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