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Old 04-19-2013, 03:23 PM
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[QUOTE=F-BIRD'88;1668280]You can get rid of the manifold vacuum gauge fluctuation by dampening/restricting the hose with a restrictor orrifice.
Most dedicated manifold vacuum gauges already have this. If yours is not damped you will have to experiment with the orrifce size.
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The problem is that one gauge in the cabin reads 12" vac cruising around. The cabin other reads correctly at 19-20. That one comes from the carb base.

It is not fluctuating up and down per say . Is this advice still for that?





In the rear you can see the boost signal port in side of the housing.
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