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    RRFPR Boost reference

    I am using my rrfpr boost reference in the block off plug of the factory intercooler. Is this ok or is there a better way??


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    The pressure tap really needs to be between the motor and the throttle body.

    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggsw784 View Post
    I am using my rrfpr boost reference in the block off plug of the factory intercooler. Is this ok or is there a better way??
    That's fine.

    Quote Originally Posted by whittlebeast View Post
    The pressure tap really needs to be between the motor and the throttle body.

    Andy

    It is.

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    I am confused. The intercooler is normally before the throttle body. The pressure at the RRFRR reference needs

    to be the same as the injector tip is seeing.

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    I stock IC was in the intake manifold and blocked off for the external IC the block off is across from the TB in the intake.
    Quote Originally Posted by whittlebeast View Post
    I am confused. The intercooler is normally before the throttle body. The pressure at the RRFRR reference needs

    to be the same as the injector tip is seeing.

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    Oops, I did not spot the year we were talking about here. When I hear intercooler, I picture a huge air to air high dollar aluminum device across the entire front of a car.......

    Andy

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    I had better luck without the line with both 48s and 50s. My AFR right before boost was crazy lean with the line attached.

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    if you install a check valve the rrfpr will not see any vacuum and will stay fixed until it sees boost

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    True, his location is also perfectly fine for boost reference. The check valve has worked great for many people.

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