some people say the intake manifold but for some reason i don't think that's right. It needs to be a boost only source and the manifold sees vacuum all the time. I think you would have to tee off the boost only source on the turbo itself
Why would he do that? That would be too easy mang:rofl:Grasshopper32 said:Uncommon says the red line in his "How To". just search for his thread in this section and you'll find your answer.
d coop said:i got it figured out i just t into the line on the tb spacer since its supposed to see vac and boost i thought this would work the best
[email protected] said:I have mine going to where the bluw line was from the factory. Should I just put it to the upp instead?
Thanks man! I'm going to run it to the red line on the upp, and just cap off the blue line now.uncommon said:[email protected] said:I have mine going to where the bluw line was from the factory. Should I just put it to the upp instead?
blue line .... hmmm, i'll have to look at the stock vac diagram ... honestly, i haven't had any vac lines in 2 and a half years now and i can't remember which lines go to what
youre best bet is to just use the nipple on the coldside pipe (stock red line) .... it only sees boost and that's exactly what you want
d coop said:how is the nipple on the cold side pipe different from the tb spacer and in the video that i got with the kit he says you want a vac and boost source i am not being a smart ass i just dont know what to do
d coop said:ok i see why now. i will change it but i am using the nipple on charge pipe for my w/i what else could i run the fpr to
ImportLabSRT4 said:I have tried manifold vacuum, ported vacuum (before throttle plate) and static. I actually got a better yune with static pressure at 58psi. There are quite a few guys around me that run returnlines and static pressure rather then rising rate, specially on a staged PCM.
d coop said:just t it in the line from the turbo to the soleniod