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Fuel Pressure Gauge ??

I would like to put a fuel pressure gauge on my 2.0.

Which type to use ? Where and how to install it ?

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I have an accel gauge mounted with a barb fitting and short peice of hose on the fuel rail test port. $25+

If you need cockpit gauge Cyberdyne, or VDO are good, you need an electric gauge with a sending unit.
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My 73 2.0 has a fitting on the fuel rail.
My 74 2.0 has nothing ............

I'm trying to put the 74's engine in the 73. I guess I'll put a T in the rubber fuel line.
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77 Carrera RS w/3.2 #59
73 914S 2.0 AG
73 914 1.7 Driver ( daily driver, under complete rustoration )
74 914 2.0, 71 914 Tub, 74 914 2.0 Tub + 73 914 donor
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You didn't mention whether your running FI or carbs...I have carbs and most "Y" blocks you use to split the main fuel line into two to feed the carbs have a tapped and plugged port between the line outlets. I fabricated a mount for the "Y" block to fit on one of the case bolt on the rear portion of the block, it makes for a neat installation and the gauge is easy to read.
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77 Carrera RS w/3.2 #59
73 914S 2.0 AG
73 914 1.7 Driver ( daily driver, under complete rustoration )
74 914 2.0, 71 914 Tub, 74 914 2.0 Tub + 73 914 donor
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