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ok, well i had a thread before on how easy it was to install and use this, and people wanted pics, so i finally got them lol, here ya go, btw this is in a cressida in case people have any concerns as to why something looks amiss lol



i actually had holes from stock components in the engine bay that let the unit for the engine bay bolt in perfectly!, so no holes drilled, and the bolts that came with it worked in the thread size as well! go blitz + cressida - 5 minutes to find the spot and bolt down!


extremely simple setup, i ditched the blue hose for black hose at the auto hobby shop i did this at, measured the lengths 5 more minutes to cut the length of hose and attach


drilled a hole and ran the wires in its casing into the car just below the ac blower fan inside the car under the carpet and ran it up into my glove box area, took about 10-15 mins to find the right spot, drill and run the wires


they provided a T connector so you can get the black silicone hose to the control box inside the car to get accurate boost, simple to attach and secure to the other wires inside the engine bay with provided zip strips, out of sight, 2 minutes to do this easy


you can see the silver control box just to the right of the ecu behind the teeters in the passender side panel, just used the double sided tape to attach it to the inside of there so it doesnt bounce around. about 3 minutes to attach the power and ground which are the only two wires which require attaching, and they give you quick splices to do so, other than that its just plugging up two harnesses together


i keep all my electronics out of sight and in the glove box, everything is stuck to a good place with double sided tape now and looks very nice and out of sight, open the glove box and its easy to adjust things and take a look when i want to, but also keeps the sleeper look going for me.

all in all 25-30 minute install, and 10 minutes to set it up and find the right boost, holds it perfectly and provides plenty of settings so you can set your own boost cut if you want. awesome product and easiest thing ive installed so far out of the entire car being built hah.
 

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Nice writeup and pics man. Looks like i will be looking into this bc a bit more. Just might have to get me one.
 

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Got more pics of the Cressida
 

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Nice, thats the same spot where you can place the solenoid on a MK3. Fits perfectly, makes it look almost like a stock part too. The shorter the vac lines the better!!
 
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