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This is a discussion on Inaccurate boost gauge within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; So my 08 WRX came with this aftermarket boost gauge when I bought it and I know it's not accurate ...

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    Inaccurate boost gauge

    So my 08 WRX came with this aftermarket boost gauge when I bought it and I know it's not accurate because @ KOEO, it reads a little below 0...does anyone know how to recaibrate it?

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    Well, you would have to tell us what brand and type of boost gauge first (mechanical or electrical). You can adjust the zero position on most mechanicals, but usually not on electricals (servo-driven).
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    It's electrical...not sure what the brand is but I think its Omni or something like that

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    Inaccurate boost gauge

    Oh, probably Omori, then. I'm not sure if those have a zero-adjust or not. Worse comes to worse, you could replace it fairly cheaply. Omori isn't the most durable or accurate brand.
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    Ok thx man

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