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  #1 W Brett Heald

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Posted 06 April 2016 - 12:12 AM

Where's the best place to run a boost gauge from on a JZX90?
And is there a good place in the firewall to go thru? Or do you have to drill a hole?
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Posted 07 April 2016 - 06:27 AM

Where's the best place to run a boost gauge from on a JZX90?
And is there a good place in the firewall to go thru? Or do you have to drill a hole?

Looks like its best to answer your own question around here. This is where you take it from.

Is this not a very active forum?

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Posted 07 April 2016 - 09:30 AM

no its dead. 

 

Tee it from that small vacuum line. theres a small port on the drivers side you can slot it through


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Posted 07 April 2016 - 09:36 AM

no its dead. 

 

Tee it from that small vacuum line. theres a small port on the drivers side you can slot it through

got a pic of where the port is, cant see anything there on the car


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Posted 07 April 2016 - 10:00 AM

got a pic of where the port is, cant see anything there on the car

no. maybe it isnt like an x100 then. go through the loom grommet then


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Posted 07 April 2016 - 09:32 PM

On jzx100's there is 1 or 2 holes on firewall, or can go through in the guard. I dare say youd have one on the x90 too.

 

Looks like its best to answer your own question around here. This is where you take it from.

Is this not a very active forum?

 

You run the line to wherever you want to read the air pressure, so yeah the intake manifold is a pretty good spot id say.

 

You answered it yourself pretty quickly it seems, nothing wrong with the forums, if anything we could do with loosing a few people.


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Posted 08 April 2016 - 04:42 AM

I noticed when i was looking thru that theres a number of questions on here that were left unanswered on here so that why i asked.
Facebook seems to have taken a lot of people's attention away from forums. But unfortunately on FB the info is not stored in a way thats easy to access, like it is on forums.
I answered the question here myself because i got the answer more quickly somewhere else and thought i may as well post the answer up here. Especially since Toyota have left a spare port there on the intake mani just for this sort of purpose.
Not sure why you would want to lose some people but that question is probably better left unasked.
Since there are actually humans here i will have a look for where you post build threads and start one.
This car is replacing a soarer as my fun car for the drags, its totally stock at the moment but i have just ordered some parts from Japan.
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