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Post boost source for map sensor SD
I'm hopefully gonna get around to installing my intercooler and a few odds and ends this weekend. Looking for the best spot to tap into for my GM 4bar ... obviously a dedicated source off the intake manifold would be best but just looking for a spot to get it going. Thanks

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Post Re: boost source for map sensor SD
I am having flashbacks trying to remember the ports that are there. There are only so many places it can go.

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Post Re: boost source for map sensor SD
Tap into fpr line. If for some reason the fpr loses a boost source it won't run, somewhat making it a built in safety feature as far as im concerned.


Sat Feb 16, 2013 12:53 pm
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Post Re: boost source for map sensor SD
Thanks that's were I tapped in for the sensor for boost gauge as well should I move that or is it ok to have two tees in the same line

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Post Re: boost source for map sensor SD
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Thanks that's were I tapped in for the sensor for boost gauge as well should I move that or is it ok to have two tees in the same line


Trick question. That is assuming the boost gauge is pulling from the manifold. Splitting them is not a problem, as long as you have a valid source.

I would rather not see that same source for a boost controller, since that typically bleeds off air.

One of the ports coming off the throttle body was actually tied into the manifold, but I haven't had a 2G in so long, or know what throttle body is on there to remember.

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Post Re: boost source for map sensor SD
There are only two lines on the intake manifold one for the fpr and one going to the bov. I'm running the stock 2g throttle body so there is no extra ports on that that ate free like a 1g throttle body would have

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