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I'm going to install a Golden Eagle vacuum manifold this weekend on my car to eliminate all the "t's" I have currently, and I was planning on cutting the brake booster hose closer to the manifold so I don't hit the check valve in the hose. I am going to use the vac. manifold for my boost gauge, bov, aftermarket fpr, and brake booster. Would it be a bad idea to use this as the main vacuum source if I run the section of hose that goes to the brake booster to one of the outlets on the Golden Eagle? Will it cause a difference in brake performance because of the reduction in vacuum?