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Old 12-14-2002, 04:43 PM   #1
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I have tried a million searches, but i cannot find goof instructions on how to install a turbo timer without an alarm. I have the blitz dcII, and I have the wrx harness, but i cannot find where to plug it in. Anyone got a tip or pics of where it is?
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Old 12-14-2002, 06:28 PM   #2
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you plug it into the blue plug of the same configuration under the dash, takes all of 30sec once you get the lower dash off...


http://wrx.swankmonkey.com/turbotimer/
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Old 12-15-2002, 10:00 AM   #3
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This TT is relly easy to install. Look at the instructions and follow them as far as plugging in the harness into the blue plug. When it comes down to doing the alarm wires, just remove the darck green wire with black stripe from the keyless entry module above the fuse box(On 2003 WRX). This alows you to lock the doors and walk away when your car cools down. If your car is like mine and does not have the factory alarm dont worrie about the gray wire they talck about it does not exist. Just hook the P-brake wire up and the ground, you should be ready to rock. To get the boost gauge to work just run the line to the factory BOV vacume hose and use a T to splice in. That should do it!!

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Old 12-15-2002, 03:52 PM   #4
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Thanks guys, I found the plug and all. Now my problem is there is no wires to the parking brake. Swankmonkeys instructyions say there should be. I don't have an alarm, should I ground the purple wire anywhere?
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Old 12-16-2002, 09:46 AM   #5
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Old 12-16-2002, 10:38 AM   #6
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On my 03 WRX the P-brake wire was a little hidden under the carpet on the passenger side of the P-brake. Look under the carpet around the parking brake. If I remember correctally it was a green wire. Im not sure what will happen if you just ground the wire, but you should hook up the P-brake, it will only allow the TT to work when the P-brake is on. This is handy because when you dont want the car to count down you can just turnit off and then put the P-brake on. Where didi you put the brain of the TT in your car? Just wondering

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Not grounding the purple wire to the hand break just means that your TT will not shut the car off immediately if you disengage the parking break while the TT is running. This is just a safety feature. If the TT is timing down and the hand break is disengaged, the TT will see the break in ground and immediately shut down the car. Grounding to the hand break is not necessary if you just ground the wire. Most people I know who've installed the TT (myself included) just ground the wire to the chasis of the car. As long as the TT reads the ground, it will work fine. Just be aware that this is the case and you won't have any issues.

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Old 12-16-2002, 06:36 PM   #8
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Thanks, again, I haven't found a place to put the "brain" box. I plan to just tape it somewhere under my dash...Its ghetto, but as long as it doesn't vibrate I have no problem. Anyone have better suggestions?
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I'm installing my Blitz TT tonight. Wondering what kind of tubing I'll need to run for the boost guage? How much line is needed?

Throwing in the TT and a Kartboy shortshifter w/ bushings. Mmmm... first mods...
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Old 12-17-2002, 10:29 AM   #10
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I'm installing my Blitz TT tonight. Wondering what kind of tubing I'll need to run for the boost guage? How much line is needed?

Throwing in the TT and a Kartboy shortshifter w/ bushings. Mmmm... first mods...
the tubing that comes w/the tt from blitz is already pretty long, but depend on where you tap your vaccum line, could depend on what size t-fitting you will need. i tapped at the bov as outlined by subaru's instructions. if you tap from the bov, then you will need a 1/4" t-fitting....it'll be like this...

1/4"-----------1/4"
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1/16"

you'll need the 1/16" cuz the tubing that came with the tt is 1/16"

some people use the supplied t-fitting in the tt package, but it's for a 1/8" vaccum line....so they "jimmy" up the 1/8" fitting to make it fit.....i rather go buy a few things and do it right, hell, it's a 25k investment you're playing with
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right on... thanks for the help!
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you plug it into the blue plug of the same configuration under the dash, takes all of 30sec once you get the lower dash off...


http://wrx.swankmonkey.com/turbotimer/


where is the point to plug?

any images?
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