Vacuum Manifold Mounting Locations

mtocrs1

Mtocrs1
Where are you guys mounting your vacuum manifolds if you are using one?
Let's see some ideas.


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Boston GN

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Firewall to the right of the coil pack
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mtocrs1

Mtocrs1
Sorry for the confusion guys, I already have the intake manifold tapped for a few ports but I am thinking about installing a remote vacuum Manifold. Looking on mounting ideas for the Manifold itself.
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dank GN

BlackArts Automotive (661)993-8277
Sorry for the confusion guys, I already have the intake manifold tapped for a few ports but I am thinking about installing a remote vacuum Manifold. Looking on mounting ideas for the Manifold itself.
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What are you going to be runing off that manifold ? If you where going to be runing your map off it . I would personally want it as close to the sorce as possible . As far as mounting it put it where ever is the most convenient for you to access . I'm a actully going to be pluming a Intake Manifold with individual throttle body's so I will need a vacuum block to get a map reading . I found this pretty cool setup

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earlbrown

runs with scissors
I put one in the how-to section but I didn't use a remote block.

The only think I would have done differently was to use straight 3/8" fittings instead of the 90's. I didn't have a complete car to look at when I did it, so I had to guess which one would work better.
 
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