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    where can i get a boost pressure reading from?

    i have a 320cd m47n..

    need to plug a sensor from a water/meth kit into the system.. where can i get this from?

    any lines to T into?
     
     

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    Anyone? I'm waiting to fit the kit and need to find a way of getting boost pressure sensor connected to my tdi
    Can someone please point me in the right direction or send me to a link for fitting a boost gauge so I can see where I need to T from, thanks
     
     

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    no one?

    someone must know!?
     
     

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    Found this might be of some help?
    XMak had a good idea, he drilled and tapped a hole in his EGR valve to fit a boost sender there, also you can get an EGR valve on eBay with a prefitted hole for fitting a boost sender. You can fit it anywhere in the charge air line, although nearer the intake manifold gives a closer reading on the pressure going into the engine. It also means you're more likely to notice loss of boost if you develop an air leak in the system. Fitting one on the actual charge air tube just before the EGR is also fine, as long as its strong enough not to break.


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