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Old 12-08-15, 01:02 PM   #1
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Default Boost Gauge for 207 gt thp 150

Hi all, hoping theres some clever folks can help me with what is probably a stupid question lol...

I have a boost gauge, tubing, forge map sensor adapter, basically all the things I need to put in a gauge, I understand the map sensor is under the airbox at the intake manifold which is purely a case of lifting it off, putting the adapter on and sitting the sensor back into it with the elongated bolt to hold them together, then run the 4mm vacuum tube into the cockpit to the gauge.

Now I understand how to wire the gauge (only for lighting as its mechanical) and how to fit the sensor adapter...

my problem is I cant see anywhere to actually feed the vacuum line from the engine compartment to the cockpit, could anyone provide some insight into where I might find a place to feed the line through?

thanks, all help is much appreciated.
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