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Vent mounted or a pillar mounted boost gauge.

190sline Mar 27, 2013

  1. 190sline

    190sline Member

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    Looking at getting a boost gauge fitted into my b6 is there any kits in the uk available to buy? If not any body have a link to a gauge that will look or with the red and white clocks. Thanks mat.
     
  2. duffy78

    duffy78 Member

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  3. deano1978

    deano1978 different gear

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  4. Pabs

    Pabs Active Member

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    ive got mine mounted on the steering column, really easy to fit and doesnt damage any of the trim


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  5. deano1978

    deano1978 different gear

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    Looking good.
    Ive had a basic look around to no avail.
    So,how and where did you go through to the engine bay?
     
  6. Pabs

    Pabs Active Member

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    I went through the ecu box as its completely sealed then hid all of the wiring behind the dash. Bit of a pain to do, removing wipers and scuttle panel but it hides everything away and keeps it water tight, there is a guide on a4mods on how to fit the boost gauge and where to tap the boost hose into. If your gonna fit it when it's cold get a cup with hot water in to make the boost hose supple, make it a lot easier to fit on the t piece and get a nice tight fit
     
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  7. 190sline

    190sline Member

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    Not keen on the steering column mounting or the look of the new south gauge. Fussy much lol only other choice is the ecs tuning gauge and vent mount. Dint want the hassle of getting it from America though.
     
  8. Lloyd marcus

    Lloyd marcus New Member

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    Iv jus ordered a universal pillar one will let you no when it comes
     
  9. Mike.M

    Mike.M Well-Known Member

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    I was thinking of adding a boost gauge but to one of my central air vents.......it will be a spring/summer project of mine, once I get all the parts :)
     

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