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Boost sensor location

Hey everyone,

I have a early 99 and am looking to install my EV2 boost gauge, I have my 1/8 drill &tap and it says to drill in the intake side of the spider.. I'm just not sure exactly where that is.. and all the videos out there are for 2000 and later..
Any one have a picture of there 1999 boost gauge sensor installed?
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Does the early 99 have an intake heater? Most guys simply delete that and put an adapter there for a boost gauge. @[email protected] carries the adapters. www.cncfab.us
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Does the early 99 have an intake heater? Most guys simply delete that and put an adapter there for a boost gauge. @[email protected] carries the adapters. www.cncfab.us
No, it does not, I think they refer to it as a AIH? That did not get put on to late 1999 or 2000 models... thanks for trying to help though!!!
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No, it does not, I think they refer to it as a AIH? That did not get put on to late 1999 or 2000 models... thanks for trying to help though!!!
When Corey see the tag he'll chime in and see what he can do to help. He's one of our 7.3 experts, along with @LoxDiesel I'm sure one of them will help you out.
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Inlet means the side the air comes in. Meaning the side that is hooked to the turbo....

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Inlet means the side the air comes in. Meaning the side that is hooked to the turbo....
There's 3 sides hooked to the turbo, intake, hot boost and exhaust sides. My guess is somewhere on the cold side around where the AIH would be. If he puts it on the inlet he'll only be reading what the turbo is pulling in from the air filter. To read boost it needs to be between the CAC and intake manifold. IMO
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We're talking about the intake "y pipe" here, which has 5 sides...
Not the air intake to turbo....

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We're talking about the intake "y pipe" here, which has 4 sides...
Not the air intake to turbo....
I realize that, your last post made it sound like the air cleaner side. Just trying to clarify.
I still say put it where the AIH would be on a late 99 up. Works great right there with an AIH delete.

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I see. I thought we were passed that, since it was mentioned to use the aih hole, which he said he doesn't have.
Can also avoid drilling by tee-ing into the map line.

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AIH (Air Intake Heater in not on the early 99's) is only on the late 99-03's. People either drill a hole in the spider or the get a barbed Tee and tap into the MAP hose.
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