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Old November 5th, 2015, 08:00 PM
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Want to trade: my 30psi VDO gauge for your 15psi

Just bought and installed a 30psi gauge and realized that I probably won't adjust this turbo past 15psi. I'd like to see finer movement in the dial - as is I am only using 8psi and probably won't tune past 12-15 psi.

Want to trade? looking for VDO vision 0-15 PSI
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Old November 5th, 2015, 08:24 PM
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One thing I found is when I went to the 20psi Westach gauge is that the needle shook a lot.
The problem was resolved by inserting a ~1" long piece of #6 screw (w/o the head) in the hose on the gauge end.
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