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sdhose [2010/04/30 23:43]
snowborder714
sdhose [2010/05/21 13:37]
twdorris
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 ====== Worst Case ====== ====== Worst Case ======
 The worst case scenario is to have a vacuum hose coming off the manifold into a small tee and then off through a long length of additional vacuum hose leading to the pressure sensor. ​ The tee can act as a restriction leading to additional delay in equalizing the pressure between the manifold and pressure sensor. ​ That delay can wreak havoc on throttle response and can even cause the engine to have trouble starting or idling properly. The worst case scenario is to have a vacuum hose coming off the manifold into a small tee and then off through a long length of additional vacuum hose leading to the pressure sensor. ​ The tee can act as a restriction leading to additional delay in equalizing the pressure between the manifold and pressure sensor. ​ That delay can wreak havoc on throttle response and can even cause the engine to have trouble starting or idling properly.
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 ====== Best Case ====== ====== Best Case ======
-The "best case" scenario is to locate the pressure sensor directly on the manifold. ​ An example is shown below on a 2G using an MDP adapter from Road Race Engineering and an AEM 5-bar sensor (click image to enlarge).+The "best case" scenario is to locate the pressure sensor directly on the manifold. 
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 +===== 2G DSM Example ===== 
 +An example is shown below on a 2G using an MDP adapter from Road Race Engineering and an AEM 5-bar sensor (click image to enlarge).
  
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 +===== 1G DSM Example =====
 For a 1g intake manifold, you can drill and tap (1/8" NPT) the boss next to the brake booster nipple and thread the sensor in with teflon tape on the threads. ​ An example is shown below with an AEM 5-bar sensor (click image to enlarge). For a 1g intake manifold, you can drill and tap (1/8" NPT) the boss next to the brake booster nipple and thread the sensor in with teflon tape on the threads. ​ An example is shown below with an AEM 5-bar sensor (click image to enlarge).
  
sdhose.txt · Last modified: 2010/05/21 13:37 by twdorris