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Installing moreys boost kit vaccume hose

I have a 1994 land rover discovery v8i 3.9 ive just had it converted to lpg.i dont know what vaccume hose to tee into for my moreys power boost uppercylinder lube its a additive that drips into the vaccume to lube injecters and valves etc.can you help please.regards malcolm

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  • mal67 May 09, 2009

    cheers ive teed into a vacuum on the left hand side of manifold there are three hoses to choose from i picked the eazy one it works great thanks for your reply.mal

  • mal67 May 09, 2009

    works great.cheers mal

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If its non turbo it really does not matter which vacuum line you use as long as it feeds to the manifold. I'd use one thats conveniently located, if its turbo you'll have to install a one way valve in the line to stop boost from escaping into your lubricant.

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