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Looks very good.
 

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There's no boost at idle or no load conditions. Likely implied 20 Hg or vacuum expressed in inches of mercury compared to the barometric pressure.

What was the OEM component that originally filled the hole where the boost gauge now resides?
 

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yes we still need to come up with a location for the 4x4 guys (myself included)
the only other place i have there like that is the A/C vent and i cant cover that opening, me likes the cold air that comes out of it tooooo much
 

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yes we still need to come up with a location for the 4x4 guys (myself included)
the only other place i have there like that is the A/C vent and i cant cover that opening, me likes the cold air that comes out of it tooooo much
Covering the AC vent isn't an option in Texas! 110* heat index is unbearable with all the vents.. I couldn't imagine 1 less vent.
 

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I believe Roush has a vent insert clip that you can buy so that you don't lose 100% of your vent when using a boost gauge
 
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