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935 Boost gauge hardware booster line

Can anyone tell me what brake booster check valve needs to be used for a 935 style boost gauge that fits in the clock hole? I pulled my stock Ate check valve and it has one nipple, what vehicle application should I look for the part that has the check valve with 2 nipples - one to feed the booster and then one smaller nipple to feed the boost gauge?

I see North Hollywood Speedometer has one in their kits - anyone know what application that part is from?





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Install a "t" in the reference hose,clamp it,and call it a day
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Hmmm here is something interesting from a 924/944. Anyone herd of this being used before?

1985 Porsche 944 Base Coupe - Brake Hydraulics - Page 4
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You could call NHS and nicely tell them you had one and it exploded and almost blew your hood off.

They might say, How terribly sad for you both.
Or they might make you a deal on a new on.
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... or you could run a line to the engine and not cut into your BRAKE SYSTEM.
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That's the one.
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Thanks Chris, that what I was looking for.

Sure it taps into the power assist to borrow a signal, not the actual brake lines. If Porsche supplied the gauge new on the car then I would bet they would use the same method. It's not a major infringement on the brake vac system.
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Yes, and just as effective as running a whole new line to the engine
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I am a bit in the same situation.
Only difference is that there is no brake booster on a 76'
Is there somebody who maybe has a time correct solution for a connection to the airtube?
I wonder also,there is a airline near the paddlebox might this be made for this?
It exits at the end,its the small pipe on the left.






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You could run a stainless braided 8mm fuel line through the tunnel or along the floor where it's out of the way and use it for the boost gauge. The braiding is for abrasion resistance.

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