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Location: Danville - CA
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Physically hooking the system up is simple. Screw in the O2 sensor, attache the gauge to its connectors and run the power and ground wires (I tapped both in under the driver side kick panel). What take a little time is getting the bung welded into the muffler tubing (preferably after the turbo but before the actual can), drilling the whole in the fire wall to send the wires through, lengthening the included wires (mine were about 2.5 feet too short to reach the dash from the engine compartment), and lastly deciding where you want to mount the gauge and fabing any necessary mounting plates (I replaced my driver side air vent with a flat piece of aluminum and mounted the gauge into that).

None of this is difficult (except the welding which I had my shop do) but it take some time.
Rob Montgomery
'88 Blk/Blk 930 ('Lucy') - Not Stock & Not Running
Old 02-06-2008, 07:11 AM
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