Boost reference adaptor - TurboSmart - Gen2

£38.28

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Boost Reference Adapter – Suits Renault Clio RS 1.6T and Mini Cooper S R56

Turbosmart’s Boost Reference Adapters (BRAs) allow access to a reliable boost reference, without compromising the operation of the car’s standard sensors and control systems.

If you dont want to use both connections you can block off one hole with a threaded bolt or cap.

Can be used for mechanical or electrical boost gauges also available from TurboSmart

These come supplied with any Compact Shortie BOV from TurboSmart.

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