[s-cars] Boost line tapping at drivers footwell?
pizzoman at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 22 12:52:23 EDT 2003
Also, if you decide to tap it here, make sure you are
1000% sure that the clamps are on there good. No
zipties. If you are chipped, there will be 22-24psi
ripping through this little green hose just hunting
for a weak spot. I just recently had to re-do my
boost gauge clamps because I half-assed it the first
time. I repeat, NO ZIPTIES. Brits parts on the west
coast has these cool little hose clamps that do the
job very well and they also sell decent silicone hose,
if you're into that sort of thing. Again, no ZIPTIES.
You can, however, use zipties on the weekend away with
--- Igor Kessel <igor at s-cars.org> wrote:
> Scott Munger wrote:
> > In hardwiring my passport 8500 (Cody, I didn't
> need a coat hangar ;-), all
> > the panels came off and I could just lay the wire
> right in) I noticed a
> > green tube that looks identical to that which goes
> into the ECU. Can you
> > tap a boost gauge here?
> > Thanks,
> > --Scott Munger
> > '93 S4
> > '97 Cabriolet
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> Yes, you can. That's where I have tapped in my boost
> I suggest you get a black plastic quick-disconnect
> "T" from McMaster.
> The green tube O.D. is 5mm. I also bought a 1/8"
> female NPT x 1/8" tube
> adapter for the gauge from McMaster.
> Igor Kessel
> two turbo quattros
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