This is a discussion on Yet another boost guage install within the Cockpit and Cabin forums, part of the Tutorials & DIY category; Originally Posted by lundholm08 now I am debating whether or not to go off of these lines rather than the ...
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Yea dude... I get it... not that retarded... it also doesn't take a genius to look up a simple conversion table or do the math yourself to see that 20inhg = 9.82 PSI. I'm sure we could get Ray or Mycologist or some of the other smart engineer types with PhDs in Math over here to explain? lol I know one side measures in boost, one in vacuum, I get it, I get it. You didn't answer my question though...my gauge won't even break the 12-13 needle barrier! lol
Yeah,your right on top of things........My Prosport gauge now reads way past the -10 PSI the AP v1 read, into the negatives of near 20. Makes me think it's either A) more accurate and better than the AP reading and/or B) I have more vacuum now that there is more tubing and distance
Do you two need to be put into time out??