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    air intake gauge

    Looking for link to cheap ait gauge.
    So far the cheapest found was at silicone intakes.
    I remember Duke and JP posting oine for arround 40 bucks but can't find link.


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    Thanks BD.
    Does that one have a replaceable battery for power?
    Or is it hard wired?

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    internal battery.

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    Perfect!
    Is ss ic pipe thick enough to drill and tap for sensor or does it need bung welded in?
    I can't recall how thick wall my pipe is, but is thick wall, not your standard cheap pipe.

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    Its a five year non-replaceable battery.

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    check silicone intakes, they have silicone joiners made with stainless with 3 bungs already welded into. got the choice of 2'',2.5'' and 3''.
    http://www.siliconeintakes.com/produ...aab71b47d7d04f

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    That's pretty nice, but would have to shorten my pipe and add a coupler.
    Hate to have anymore places for leaks then needed.

    I will tap my pipe and if is not up to par will have to get bung welded in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skoepp View Post
    That's pretty nice, but would have to shorten my pipe and and a coupler.
    Hate to have anymore places for leaks then needed.

    I will tap my pipe and if is not up to par will have to get bung welded in.

    I just tapped my ally pipe. Not ideal but it was enough to bite into.

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    Why not simply tap the s/c outlet? Works good for the boost line too!
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