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    Daddy's Gauges Final Install Pics

    Hey all, last weekend, i was finally able to get my Daddy's SCP Clarity Series gauges hooked up. Boost, EGT, and Oil Pressure. In the autometer pod, all seems to be workin well and looks sick...heres the pics, tell me what you think!
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    looks good. very close to the bf series. one thing though...shouldnt the boost gauge be exactly on 0 when at idle? it shows a little negative pressure.
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    yeah, should be, however, im in colorado, about 5000 ft above sea level, so less pressure. Car was off, not idle as well. Im not sure about what else to with it.

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    thats true about your elevation. they look real nice though.
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    Can you post the link for those gauges please!

    Thanks

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    Those look real nice and the price is so right on those gauges.
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    looks good

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    Quote Originally Posted by br3ez
    looks good. very close to the bf series. one thing though...shouldnt the boost gauge be exactly on 0 when at idle? it shows a little negative pressure.
    No. It is supposed to be at negative, vacuum, while at idle.
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    So are these decent gauges? I really like the price point.

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    Wow that price is awesome. I paid about that much for used omori's.

    I totally would've gone with these had they been around then.

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    Great price, fantastic looks but the units of measurement for temperature and pressure are nonsensical. I wish they had correct units.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PolarisSnT
    No. It is supposed to be at negative, vacuum, while at idle.


    Correct. Most cars pull about -18 (or so) inches of mercury at idle. some pull -16, some -21. Only at no vac and no positive pressure should it be at zero (such as the car off, or certain throttle ranges before you start building boost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChaosStarter
    Correct. Most cars pull about -18 (or so) inches of mercury at idle. some pull -16, some -21. Only at no vac and no positive pressure should it be at zero (such as the car off, or certain throttle ranges before you start building boost.
    my bad...learn something new everyday.
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    i like those a lot

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