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I need some help determining where to tap into a vacuum line. I got some exhaust cutouts welded in but the place wouldn't install the rest of the kit, so I need to find out which line to tap into for the vacuum solenoid valve. I've read too many things that have been very misinforming and I just want to get it right, thanks.

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Isn't there a fitting on the back of the intake for the power brakes? I would be careful there though as you would not want a leak in that line.
 

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Sorry I can't help with an answer, but all the exhaust cut-outs I've read about were electrically operated and nothing regarding installation of any vacuum solenoids. .????????
they make them so they only open at full throttle, they also make a set that opens with boost. ProFlow or something like that. I am getting the electric ones as I plan on them being open 24-7, just like my local Dunkin Donuts.
 

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I believe OST Dyno uses QTP, that is what they are putting on mine. I hope they make my long tube headers sound badass!!!
It's open, like having no exhaust!
 

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they make them so they only open at full throttle, they also make a set that opens with boost. ProFlow or something like that. I am getting the electric ones as I plan on them being open 24-7, just like my local Dunkin Donuts.
Learn something new everyday. Thanks for the info!
 

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Is it okay to T into the hose coming off the intake? I read it may affect it negatively if I do that, does this line provide a vacuum?
 

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if this vacuum pump works I can skip the wiring and hosing from the front of the car to my exhaust by mounting this in the spare tire well where my battery and fuse box is. I can tuck everything away in case they check my hood and wonder what all the blue vacuum lines are.
 

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oh I see I apologize, there was just no context to it I can see how I could make this work much easier without having to cut any lines, thanks old guy
He’s also a very smart guy!
 
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