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    Question DynoTune Boost gauge

    The transducer, How are you guys connecting it to the manifold nipple since that male end of the transducer has such a big opening..Cant zip tie it since it is metal..
    Is there some reducer that can be screwed on to it to make it smaller so it will make a snug fit???

    i dont understand what yall are doing?
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    help

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    i connected mine to the ic block off. If you buy the block off in the store then it comes with a threaded hole for dirrect hookup.

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    nipple gets screwed into the IC block off and the hose goes on the nipple. look up the instructions for the blow off valve instructions and use one of those nipples for the hose.

    i posted picts in a simialr thread but cant find it

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    im still running stick ic so it would have to go to the manifold...
    Any idead how i would do that?
    Would i need to get a 1/4 fitting reducer thingy so it would fit in the manifold nipple?

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    did any of your boost gauges come with vacuum hose?
    Maybe thats my problem im missing it

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    if your still running stock ic then i dont think that you would want to get your reading there as it would be reading inside the stock ic. i have not done any connections on the intake manifold. Hopefully some others with intake manifold setup for boost gauge will chime in.
    I dont remember if the dynatune came with hose to connect to tranducer to manifold.
    Last edited by skoepp; 06-19-2008 at 07:14 PM.

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    Thats what im waiting for
    thanks for your help

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    dyno tune comes complete

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    I didnt recieve any vacuum hose..but Im thinking to hard about all this.
    I will find a barbed fitting that will fit the transducer..I think it was 1/4npt
    Run vacuum hose from manifold nipple to the barbed fitting....I gotta stop thinking to hard
    That sound about right

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