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Boost gauge installed

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by solaris, Mar 3, 2011.

  1. solaris

    solaris Member

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    Had some time to kill so though I’d have a go at installing my boost gauge. I've never tried the electronic gauges and was doubtful as I’ve heard they respond slower. After installation I found it responds really well in fact faster than the mechanical ones, also happy that the illumination matches the rest of the car.

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  3. auroan

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    Is that a vent mount kit ? where did you get it from ?
     
  4. solaris

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    Yeah vent mount kit, Speak to Mike at awesomegti
     
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    Intresting been thinking about one of these myself ! How hard is it to install how dont think I could do it myself but might get local techy to do it for me ?
     
  6. solaris

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    The wiring and fitting of the gauge is straight forward, the instructions are clear enough however give me a shout and i can guide you if u get stuck. The difficulty arises when routing the vacuum pipe into the car as you have to remove the wiper arm and open the ecu case to do it. its a bit fiddly, but again i can guide you through this.


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  7. Fahim

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    Can that be fitted to a diesel? Just to keep an eye on boost leaks...looks VERY nice. i like it :)
     

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