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    IC Blockoff Plate

    I have my RRFPR hooked up the the blockoff place via the one hole it came with. Can I just put a T fitting on the blockoff and run my boost guage and my rrfpr or do I need to drill another hole and tap it?

    Should be the same thing right?


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    IMO drill and tap another hole. In fact do two of them and cap one for now.

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    U need a dedicated port for the rrfpr and it should be at least as large as the hose diameter going to the regulator. You will get the quickest and most pressure rise this way. T-ing off may produce unsatisfactory results.

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    OK thankx guys. Will do.

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