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nope wasent asking about boost creep.
I hooked all 3 guages up at once along with my
good guiage and under full boost
thay all read different !
each guage had exactly the same amount of hose on it as well.

-mark


joseph edward morgan wrote:

> On Tue, 5 May 1998, Mark Peters wrote:
>
> >
> >
> > joseph edward morgan wrote:
> >
> > > I know that this goes against the "common wisdom"...but the factory guages
> > > have a really nice movement in them...I believe it's called a "bourdon
> > > tube".  Most of the people who think that they're innacurate are
> > > comparing them to much cheaper guages.
> >
> > That is interesting, but if so, then why were two of my 3 svo boost guages
> > all totally wrong? they were all in great condition and showed no signs of any
> > damage or corrosion ar anything....
> >
>
> Let me get this straight...
>
> You're using a car to calibrate a boost guage?  I'm not gonna get into all
> thepossible ways for you to get a +/- 4PSI variance between "tests"...but
> suffice to say there are many.
>
> No offense intended...but aren't you one of the people who's asking about
> "boost creap" all the time?  Do you figure that your car is really *that*
> consistent, boost-wise?  It's taken me quite a while to get the Pinto that
> consistent...I know that the truck and the SVO's aren't.
>
> Joe Morgan



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