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post #1 of 4 Old 12-23-2007, 09:12 AM Thread Starter
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Boost gauge installation on 7.3 2003 F350

Options seem to be "T" into existing MAP line or drill and tap into the metal. It sure looks easier to "T" into existing line. The pictures and instructions from DieselManor are nice. However, I can't decide whether to drill or use a tee for installing the boost. Is there any difference in accuracy or problems one way or the other?
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It should read the same, I like the T better easier install.

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Agree'd... some people say one thing or another but if you're only doing one then jsut using the T is fine.

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is the map line the one going to the passenger side off the "y" manifold
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