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This is a discussion on any idea's? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; i have a greddy 60mm electronic guage with warning,and it seems to be reading almost 2lbs higher than the stock ...

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    any idea's?

    i have a greddy 60mm electronic guage with warning,and it seems to be reading almost 2lbs higher than the stock boost guage,as does the boost reading on my blitz sbc id III. i have since pulled the stock boost guage out knowing the reading differences. i am getting my readings from the stock location as well. has anyone had this problem,and if so how did you fix it?

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    mine does that too, and i still have the stock boost guage hooked up along with my greddy, both from the same boost location. when i datalog with my utec the greddy gauge is right on and the stock one is well all over the place..... i wouldn't worry about it if i was you, just stick with the greddy.... its good for ya

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