Discussion in 'Heavy Duty Diesel Truck Mechanics Forum' started by RobTheMech1, Dec 26, 2021.
best way to read accurate boost levels?
06 Kenworth T2000 MXS C15 Acert
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Is this for testing the accuracy of a dash gauge or ??
I dont have a gauge at all. I would like to add one. I have no way of telling how much its pushing.
Put a pressure sender in the intake piping and hook it to a gauge.
Doesn’t matter where? Closer to turbo better?
Cold side, directly in head or pipe at air inlet to head is best.
On the head just behind the intake there is a 1/4NPT port where most install a fitting for a boost gauge, makes it quick and simple to install one.