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    Dynotune Boost Guage Installed

    GOT MY BOOST GUAGE INSTALLED TONIGHT

    CANT SEE IN PIC BUT IT HAS BLUE #'S

    CANT WAIT TO SEE WHAT KIND OF BOOST #'S THE RR WHEEL IS ACTUALLY MAKING


    http://i55.photobucket.com/albums/g1...g?t=1185028279
    http://i55.photobucket.com/albums/g1...g?t=1185028307
    Last edited by DIGGS; 07-21-2007 at 09:33 AM.


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    So how did you wire it up? I have the exact same one but I'm trying to see how everybody else is doing the wiring.

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    That looks very good

    Joe, just hook it in so it's ran by your battery. It will turn on and off with the ski. My gauge wire is through the glovebox (there's a little plug you can remove). From there it's connected to the stock intercooler block-off. I pull the guage out of the glovebox and velcro it to the glovebox lid when I want to check the boost. Hope that helps in some way. Many people have installed these so maybe they'll comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    That looks very good

    Joe, just hook it in so it's ran by your battery. It will turn on and off with the ski. My gauge wire is through the glovebox (there's a little plug you can remove). From there it's connected to the stock intercooler block-off. I pull the guage out of the glovebox and velcro it to the glovebox lid when I want to check the boost. Hope that helps in some way. Many people have installed these so maybe they'll comment.
    Actually, I remember reading about your glovebox install and I was thinking about doing the same. So does your setup start up when the lanyard is put in? If so where did you wire it to?

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    Yes, it starts with the lanyard. You splice it into the current wires going from the MPEM. Dynotune supplies the little clips for the install. Per Danny, any SOLID purple wire is 12v of power. In my experience he is correct.

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    So when you say you "spliced it" are you talking about soldering it to the wire?

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    Soldering and then applying shrink wrap to keep the water out is probably the best method. Like I was referring to before though, I used the crimp over connectors that came in the gauge kit instead of soldering.

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    Any #'s

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    very nice install

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    TOMM

    Quote Originally Posted by smc View Post
    Any #'s


    Hopefully will have boost numbers in the morn..........

    have to wok on saturdays

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