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Old 05-07-2010, 12:10 PM
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it goes on that bottom part, where that electrical connection is
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Old 05-07-2010, 04:36 PM
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I was originally going to do a "T" setup because I Was told that that "cap" was a pain in the *** to get off. However, I realized while tring to maneuver the T fitting into place to get everything hooked up that there was not enough clearance between the t fitting and some of the pipes going to the water pump. So I decided to say f-it and tried to remove the cap anyways. To my surprise, the cap came off extremely easy, so I moved the EOT sensor there and placed the oil gauge where the EOT sensor was...

I tell you what that first start up is scary when you pray you don't have any leaks in that line... especially inside the car, lol!



I know they are kinda crooked, they aren't fully pressed in yet because my boost gauge isnt hooked up yet... I am waiting to finish that so I can set them both perfectly




I assume that you hook up a new tach almost like you do a shift light.. by tapping into the computer and just splicing into the RPM sensor wire (I dunno if its a sensor, its a wire going to the computer that tells you waht RPMS you are at)

As long as you leave your original tach hooked up I don't see why they both would not work...
thanks. I want a shift light. I'm gonna go ahead and do alittle more research. sorry for the hijack lol
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Old 05-07-2010, 04:43 PM
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pat will I be able to T off the bottom? The top one doesn't have enough clearance to put a T fitting there (And get something on both sides)

thanks. I want a shift light. I'm gonna go ahead and do alittle more research. sorry for the hijack lol
np dude. Get a raptor. Worth the money, great quality. (And easy to change your settings and such, instead of having to adjust w/ resistors and stuff)
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Old 05-07-2010, 05:12 PM
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Originally Posted by 0949er View Post
pat will I be able to T off the bottom? The top one doesn't have enough clearance to put a T fitting there (And get something on both sides)



np dude. Get a raptor. Worth the money, great quality. (And easy to change your settings and such, instead of having to adjust w/ resistors and stuff)
gotcha, actually this is exactly the light I was looking for. thanks again
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Old 05-07-2010, 06:27 PM
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Matt, we'll figure something out, I just know the bottom part is where you tee in to go to the vortech
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