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1 vacuums on 12th March 2016, 5:40 pm

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You would think by now I would know where they all go lol



So the pink hose in the picture above. Goes to the fpr and boost sensor?
The blue one goes to the bov?

I have removed my bov at the moment as it was leaking..
Can I use the bov vacuum for my greddy boost gauge?


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2 Re: vacuums on 12th March 2016, 5:46 pm

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And the red hose in the picture. Is that the vacuum nipple by the tps on the throttle bodies / inlet manifold.


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3 Re: vacuums on 12th March 2016, 9:32 pm

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Ive no idea mate, but that's useful diagram to have
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4 Re: vacuums on 12th March 2016, 9:45 pm

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I thought I knew in my head but that photo seems to contradict scratch Im sure there is thread somewhere

5 Re: vacuums on 12th March 2016, 9:51 pm

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I confirmed it with this one.


I just need to know if I can use the bov vacuum for my boost gauge or do I T into the fpr vacuum?
Can I take the vacuum off the factory boost sensor now I'm not using the standard boost gauge?


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6 Re: vacuums on 12th March 2016, 10:35 pm

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Go off the standard boost sensor I personally keep the fpr one by itself mate

7 Re: vacuums on 12th March 2016, 11:01 pm

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Do i still need to keep a vacuum feed going to the boost sensor?


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8 Re: vacuums on 12th March 2016, 11:14 pm

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I fooking hate vac piping! I cant get my boost controller working either need to have a look at these but its so anoying. It gets worse when you dont have the carbon canister or standard intake lol

9 Re: vacuums on 13th March 2016, 12:05 am

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I just t pieced into my boost sensor for boost gauge ....


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10 Re: vacuums on 13th March 2016, 2:57 am

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Stu wrote:Do i still need to keep a vacuum feed going to the boost sensor?

Standard boost sensor is only used for the centre gauge im pretty sure mate, so up to you whether you still want to use it.

11 Re: vacuums on 13th March 2016, 10:54 am

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Thanks all.
Car seams to idle alot better now I have re plumbed it all Smile

I just wondered if the ecu took a reading from the boost sensor?


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12 Re: vacuums on 15th March 2016, 1:42 pm

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only in order to cut back boost should it detect knock issues but that's probably done internally through ecu


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13 Re: vacuums on 15th March 2016, 2:55 pm

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GTI-R US wrote:only in order to cut back boost should it detect knock issues but that's probably done internally through ecu

Thanks Bob.

I have took the feed off the boost sensor for now until I get another t piece.


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