Is there a way to adjust the oem boost gage?
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    Is there a way to adjust the oem boost gage?

    My boost gage seems really off and I am wondering if there is a way to adjust it because when the car is off the needle sits at -.05 and shouldn't it sit at 0?
    Thanks a ton in advance.
    Last edited by chronicsphinx; 08-03-2006 at 11:02 PM.

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    mechanical boost gauges are the most accurate things here..if you want accuracy get electronic gauges. such as defi!
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    Mine is the same. I have the factory boost gauge on my stearing wheel.

    got to my cardomain page for the pix.

    http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2136170

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFugitiveMind
    mechanical boost gauges are the most accurate things here..if you want accuracy get electronic gauges. such as defi!
    I don't understand, what are you saying is more accurate, mechanical or electronic?

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    ha ha sorry, i meant that mech. gauges are not as accurate.

    yeah...i was tired when i posted that....in fact im still tired.....
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