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    Stainless Liquid filled Gauges

    Just found this site Nice stuff Got the 0 to 15 pSI for Boost
    http://www.marshallinstruments.com/products/CW.cfm


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    do educate....why liquid??

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    Why Liquid Simple vibration Liquid filled gauges will keep that needle from bouncing around so you can read it.

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    Where do you hook up the boost gauge on an 05' rxp, Ive been trying to find this out. I would appreciate the help.

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    if you have a stock intercooler... then you need to hook the boost gauge up to one of the nipples on the intake manifold runners.

    if you have an external aftermarket intercooler, then drill and tap the intercooler block off-plate if you want... or you can still use an intake runner.

    on the intake manifold behind all the wires and ECU and brackets and whatnot, there are THREE little plastic nipples / boss / ports whever you want to call them...one on each runner. drill one of them and hook your boost gauge up there

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    I have a stock intercooler at this point. I have a riva stage one kit plus i added a blowoff valve, and had to drill one of these boss ports out already , I just wasnt sure if i should drill another one out for the gauge, or try to put a plastic tee in line on the blowoff valve line and run it that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rxp05 View Post
    or try to put a plastic tee in line on the blowoff valve line and run it that way.
    Thats how I did mine when I first installed the gauge, easiest way to go.

    Jay

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    Liquid filled gauges are great for keep a reading when vibration is present, but not so good when the reader is being bounced around on a ski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 05RXPnoob View Post
    Thats how I did mine when I first installed the gauge, easiest way to go.

    Jay
    That is how i will run mine then. Thank you for the input,im new on this site. I appreciate all the help.

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