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Oh my god has anyone seen this boost guage???

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by imported_DeadEye, Mar 20, 2005.

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  2. Oh, click on S3, click on interior mods, click on OCT boost guage!
     
  3. Ade_D

    Ade_D Member

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    Fantastic, just what i was looking for /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/yes.gif

    How much is that in english £££?

    Group Buy anyone?

    Ade
     
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    doesnt work for me either.

    a. because later cars are canbus

    and b. IIRC the canbus version in the future, may use the port that my sat nav plus does to talk to the dis.
     
  6. PaulRS3

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    Ryan,

    S2tuner over on Rs246 seems to think the limit is the sensor?


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    I do prefer a mechanical boost gauge, especially if I know boost is going to exceed 1.55 Bar (maximum boost that the ME7 MAP sensor can measure so far, I'm working on a 2.0 Bar sensor conversion for big turbo kits currently

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    Hi paul,
    As glenn will tell you the sensor can read above 1.5bar but this is the limit the stock management will display too .The sensor apparently max's at 4.9v/1.8bar.
     
  8. So does this mean that 0v = 0bar and 4.9v=1.8bar and is linear in between?

    If thats the case then is should be easy to make one.

    The question is, where to you tap into this? Also does it measure vacuum - I think that is nice to see as well...
     

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