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Powerstroke 3/16” MAP Line Boost T Fitting Adapter

Posted by Matt P. on Sep 29, 2022

7 Color Series Dual Digital Air Pressure Gauges
  • Ford Truck Boost Adapter
  • For 6.0 & 7.3 Powerstroke
  • No Changes to Intake Manifold
  • Avoid Drilling & Tapping
  • Insert T-Fitting In MAP Line
  • Hose Clamps Included
  • Add Sensor or Compression Fittings
  • Accurate Boost Readouts

You can save time and make it even easier to install one of our boost gauges to specific Ford trucks with a GlowShift 3/16” MAP Line Powerstroke Boost T Fitting Adapter.

This boost adapter will work with the 1992-1997 Ford F-Series 7.3 Powerstroke, 1999-2002 7.3 Powerstroke, and 2003-2007 6.0 Powerstroke. You can use this adapter to install an electronic boost pressure sensor or compression fittings that run the boost line back to the gauge.

The parts included with your GlowShift Boost Gauge will depend on which version you have. For example, our 7 Color Series 60 PSI Boost Gauges come with 9’ of Boost Hose and 1/8-27 NPT Compression Fittings. Our 10 Color Digital Boost Gauges have an Electronic Boost Pressure Sensor.

All you have to do is cut the MAP line and insert the T-fitting into the cut ends. Secure both sides with the included clamps, thread in the sensor or compression fittings and you’re ready to go. On top of saving install time, you’re also sidestepping any need for drilling and tapping into the intake manifold or making other major modifications.

With this boost gauge adapter installed you’ll have an airtight seal that results in extremely accurate boost pressure readouts. Run the sensor harness and power connection back to your boost gauge and you’re finished with installation.

The final step is finding the right LED analog or digital GlowShift Boost Gauge to monitor readings and make sure your Powerstroke’s boost levels aren’t running too high which could result in engine damage. With our 3/16” MAP Line Ford Powerstroke Boost T Fitting Adapter you’ll gain access to those readouts in no time to make sure levels are where they should be.