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1 boost and air line plumbing on 11th October 2017, 8:52 pm

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ok. im re plumbing all the boost/air lines on my car after fitting am engine.
so i using this thread for a few bits of info from you guys.

so im running avcr and just want to check ive got the boost solenoid plumbed in right. ive got the forward hose(opposite to wired end) going to the actuator on the turbo and the side hose connected to side of plenum.
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is that correct?

2 Re: boost and air line plumbing on 12th October 2017, 12:00 am

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Yep thats fine Tom
Keep the vac pipes as short as possible and dont use cheap thin wall pipe as it balloons under pressure and collapses on vacuum


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3 Re: boost and air line plumbing on 12th October 2017, 8:09 am

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nice thanks bob. and yes will sorten everything down when i finish this jigsaw.

so next one i have is the air sensor thingy you get with the avcr.  i have this tee'd in with an end going to the boost sensor. and im not sure where other end goes.

at this point i will also mention the carbon canister. as u can see in pic i have the bottom right port with nothing on it. i also dont have the smaller top port on that going anywhere at present



4 Re: boost and air line plumbing on 12th October 2017, 9:32 am

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cant see the pics


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5 Re: boost and air line plumbing on 12th October 2017, 9:36 am

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could u see the one in my first post

6 Re: boost and air line plumbing on 12th October 2017, 9:39 am

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can u see that

7 Re: boost and air line plumbing on 12th October 2017, 9:42 am

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8 Re: boost and air line plumbing on 13th October 2017, 3:52 pm

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that should be a better pic
on the bottom of that pic you can see the air sensor you get with the avcr. i have got that with a tee piece with one end going to the boost sensor on right of engine bay and i now think the other end goes to the air chamber( i think its called pcv) under plenum.
after looking at other info i think it may need to tee again into my fuel pressure reg before it gets to the air chamber under plenum.
if anyone can confirm that i would be extremely grateful.

and can someone confirm they can see my pics. having a mare with these image hosting sites.

9 Re: boost and air line plumbing on 13th October 2017, 3:53 pm

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10 Re: boost and air line plumbing on 13th October 2017, 3:54 pm

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what image sites are people using now. cause alot of them are pants.

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