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I Would Recommend Putting it in the exhaust manifold ( A central location would be best) before the turbo... be careful not to get any metal shavings down into the turbo! Put grease on the drill bit so it catches some of the shavings, and have a magnet ready to get the rest out of the inside of the manifold
2004.5 Ram 2500 4x4 5.9L Cummins to a NV5600... ARP Studs, Ported & Polished Head, Oversized Valves, Phat-Shaft Turbo, BD Injectors, FASS Platinum, Edge, Afe, Auto Meter Gauges, leveled on 35" Toyo's
I always tap into the exhaust manifold, about an inch or so back from the flange, and either go left or right ofcenter. That way you get pre turbo pyro readings. I would imagine there are pics all over this site that will give you an exact picture of where to go.
2011 2500 4x4 CCSB G56 all stock for now.
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