I think the Pa is the metric unit for pressure (Pascal, old dead dude). But the "hk" part is interesting. ..looks like "hecto kilo" (aka hundred thousand) a combo of metric prefixes. (there's no standard nomeclature, but most countries do combos, so try not to blame them!) According to here and here there are 6.895 kPa per psi. So 15 psi = 103 kPa = 1.03 hkPa. Considering the photos of the LED on the blitz webpage, this looks reasonable, but who the heck runs at 33 psi? (this is what you get after converting 2.30 hkPa "peak" warning as pictured on their website.) ...Well for all I know, maybe race cars do; this turbo stuff is still new to me.Originally posted by KurleeDaddeeWRX
I would also like to know how to read the boost on this TT. What does hkpa mean. I need to know how to convert hkPa to psi. And how does that refer to boost?
..anyway, looks like, unless you wanna go metric, you'll have to carry a calculator in the glove compartment. Or maybe you can mount one in-dash. How fast can you divide by .07?
By the way, I can answer my earlier question about the DTT: according to OptAuto it does have an auto timer setting, based on turbo use and engine run time.