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    Installing Boost Guage and Oil Pressure Gauge

    Hi Everyone,

    Looking for some advice on how to install a Vac/Boost and Oil Pressure Gauge sensors on a 4-tec supercharged.

    Does anyone have pictures etc on how they did this?


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    Quote Originally Posted by reddog View Post
    Hi Everyone,

    Looking for some advice on how to install a Vac/Boost and Oil Pressure Gauge sensors on a 4-tec supercharged.

    Does anyone have pictures etc on how they did this?

    my boost gauge is tapped in the boost line going to the RRFPR. I also know the top of the intake has small "nipple" that you will need to drill open. Riva also has instructions on their site to install a bov, and rrfpr. follow those instructions to hook up to a boost/vac source.

    Im not sure where to find oil pressure on the 4tec, sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow 91 View Post
    my boost gauge is tapped in the boost line going to the RRFPR. I also know the top of the intake has small "nipple" that you will need to drill open. Riva also has instructions on their site to install a bov, and rrfpr. follow those instructions to hook up to a boost/vac source.

    Im not sure where to find oil pressure on the 4tec, sorry.
    Thanks Slow 91..hopefully someone can share some input on the the oil pressure.

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    There is 1/8 npt plug near the cam sensor you can make it as a good source for oil pressure.

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    Also, there is the oil pressure sending unit under the intake manifold close to the throttle body...you can add a T fitting off of it...

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    Will if your engine is 06+ go with my direction but if your engine 05- go with b_dolla44 direction

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    Quote Originally Posted by boBO View Post
    Will if your engine is 06+ go with my direction but if your engine 05- go with b_dolla44 direction

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    Thanks everyone I will check into it.

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    Good morning,Guys
    Any suggestions on particular model of boost gauge?
    Which one to get? Old arrow type or something digital available in the market?
    Thanks

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    I prefer digital type for more easy reading

    I always use PLX device but you need to seal them

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