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My ZZP gauge pod install.

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Finally got around to installing my ZZP gauge pod. I must say, it fits perfect. Great job, ZZP. All thats left is the wiring. Have to figure out where to connect the dimming/light wire. Im assuming i can tap into some wire right at the switch? Also, Im thinking of using fuse #6 as the switched and #5 as the constant?
Anyway, the most PITA part was getting the factory pillar trim off. Plan on buying a new one and the big clip. I already bought the big clip ahead of time from reading others posts. You'll be lucky if that middle clip tab doesnt break.

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Yup, I'm not a big mod person but I have been buying stuff from ZZP for about 15 years. ZZP has never let me down.

Dude, if you don't know about the add-a-circuits they are awesome. These things are better than sliced bread :cool:

That is where I power my dash camera from. (y)
Yep, I used the add-a-circuit. Used #6 for the switched and #5 for the constant. Works perfect.

My next question is, what boost should I hit on a stock turbo? When idling, it sits at like -25- -30 and when its under load, I hit +12 so far. I have a ported intake, exhaust only has a high flow cat and a magnaflow 5" muffler. Not sure if that effects boost. Also added a Forged motorsports recirculating bypass valve with stock spring. Wont add the other until I get a tune.
 

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Looks clean. I only have around -17 vacuum at idle, hmm wonder what makes the difference.
Ported intake, maybe? I know that made a difference in the feel of the car. I have the hose to the gauge attached to a TB spacer. I didnt think there would be that much vacuum. lol
 
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