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vacuum line connection on boosted engine

Old 06-15-2012, 05:33 PM
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I have a turboed 1.6L Suzuki motor using a draw thru LPG mixer in front of the turbo.

I am wondering where I put the vacuum line from the brake booster in this setup ?

My main concern is that even at idle the intake pipe will be charged with an air/LPG mix ?

any info would be great.

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Old 06-15-2012, 05:36 PM
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Just had a thought.

Could an alternator from a diesel car with a vacuum pump on the back be used ?
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I left mine rite were it was, t'd it for the blow off valve and vac/boost gauge , when u let off u get your vac back for the brake booster
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Let him stay where the plant will not have a problem ,vacuum is designated by the brake to use when hanging throttle in this case creates a vacuum and in case of hose can add a valve of a diesel (Mercedes 124-200,250,300D)
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