any help guys ?? I am waiting for your expert advice :dsm:
Tee into the line between the intake manifold and the fuel pressure solinoid. I wish my digital camera was charged up.OMASERONE said:Do i still connect to the fpr line?
Go with a vacuum/boost. You can use the vacuum readings to diagnose engine problems. I can't remember all off the top of my head, but I think a rapidly fluxuating vacuum at idle is a head/valve problem. There's a whole page dedicated to vacuum reading in Chilton's manuals.turbosmartevo8 said:would it be a better idea to have a vaccum/boost gauge or is just a regular boost gauge fine???
I've seen a lot of negativity towards the "cheap" Autometer and VDO gauges. I've used both, installed several others over the years, and have never had a problem. I've seen the same problems over the years too, even from the highend gauges, and IMO it all comes down to this; installation.OMASERONE said:OK so i am wondering now if all the forums on these autometer guages are true "Garbage"?? At WOT my car is boosting 22-23 on the autometer mechanical boost only guage, then tapers down to 19-20 at redline. Is this normal for a stock evo? Should i trash this guage and get a vacum/boost autometer mechanical . Or better yet just get a different brand like defi ?? Let me know your thoughts thanks guys :dsm: