FORGE Boost Gauge Adaptor for MINI Gen 2



Product Description

A simple way to tap into your manifold on the N14 and N18 engine found in the Mini Cooper S Turbo.  This adaptor utilises the (MAP) pressure sensor on the inlet manifold under the airbox.

Simply remove the existing sensor, fit our adaptor and refit the original sensor into our adaptor. You will then have a vacuum / boost connection suitable for 4mm tube or similar that can be used to install a boost gauge

Second generation (R55/R56/R57/R58/R59) (2006–2015)

R55 Clubman
R56 Hatchback
R57 Convertible
R58 Coupe
R59 Roadster

Paceman 2012 - 2016

Cooper S 1.6 Turbo Petrol (N18)
JCW 1.6 Turbo Petrol (N18)

Countryman 2010 - 2016

Cooper S 1.6 Turbo Petrol (N18)
JCW 1.6 Turbo Petrol (N18)

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