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celicakid03
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celicakid03 Feb 6, 4:20am - #98528 

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boost gauges

How come boost gauges have numbers before zero?
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RicePowered Feb 6, 5:17pm - #98529 
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A turbo-boost gauge has a vacuum half and a boost half, thereby being able to show either negative or positive pressure.
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Celicaracer18 Feb 7, 4:19am - #98530 

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i knew a guy one that had the K&N typhoon CAI on his accord, and installed a boost gauge(with no negative numbers) and a vacum gauge and said he was getting like 3 PSI. i was just wandering even if he was why would he get a vacume gauge?
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