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Old 31 Dec 2010, 12:50 am
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Default Installing a Boost and EGT/Pyro Gauges

I suppose this has been talked about on here But here goes again!! I'm installing a Boost And a EGT/Pyrometer Gauges in my 04 PT.Have the pillar/pod gauge set up.Has anyone installed these type of gauges??Where do I hook up these to??I'm not too tech. savy so to speak so I'm looking having someone install these for me.As you can see I'm from Minnesota-- anyone around here??
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Old 31 Dec 2010, 01:58 am
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Default Re: Installing a Boost and EGT/Pyro Gauges

It's easier than replacing your spark plugs.

Follow the included instructions provided with your gauge. If you need pics of where I ran my line from the firewall let me know and I'll post it. Do a search and you'll see where people t-off to get vaccuum/boost readings.

Next gauge I'd recommend getting is an AFR, especially if you plan on tuning your car.

Innovative Wideband if you want data logging and precise accuracy, but don't mind a pain in the ass install.

AEM Wideband, if you don't need data logging with just the same accuracy. Easier to install.
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Old 31 Dec 2010, 10:39 am
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As you can see I'm from Minnesota-- anyone around here??
If you wouldn't have said you were from Minnesota, we wouldn't have known. Why don't you fill out your profile.
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Old 31 Dec 2010, 05:46 pm
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Boost gauge is easy, EGT is not.

You'll have to drill the manifold to put the EGT prior to the turbo. If you're running stock boost, sell it.
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