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Hello, i was wondering where i should put the fitting to get boost on my gauge..

where i connected it now i just get vacuum but i want boost instead.

Nissan 200sx s14 SR20DET

 

Thank you for answers :)

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Hello, i was wondering where i should put the fitting to get boost on my gauge..

where i connected it now i just get vacuum but i want boost instead.

Nissan 200sx s14 SR20DET

 

Thank you for answers smile.png

 

photo of where you connected it, because that makes no sense.. if you can register a vacuum you can register boost.. unless you've hooked it to the PCV

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Or the brake booster line after the check valve lol

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Doesn't having it tee off the fuel reg vacuum line cause issues?

 

Only if the boost line pops off which will lead to the engine leaning out.

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Have you driven it around and gone through the gears yet? You'll get bugger all boost in 1st.

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Have you driven it around and gone through the gears yet? You'll get bugger all boost in 1st.

 

I'm assuming he has a stock turbo so he will get positive pressure in 1st

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