How to Read a Turbo Boost Gauge. by Francis Walsh. Turbo-charged engines are becoming more popular as smaller engine packages are utilizing external.
A boost gauge is a pressure gauge that indicates manifold air pressure or turbocharger or . Views. Read · Edit · View history.
I need help understanding my boost gauge. This is my first car that has had a turbo. I got it used from a dealership so I had no way of contacting.
If you have a boost gauge on your turbocharged car you've probably watched that little needle swing all over the place and wondered what it is.
Does anyone happen to know how exactly the boost gauge reads. I've noticed a little turbo lag and would like to know when the engine has.
Any one knows how to read the digital boost-gauge by Cyberdyne?! The turbo isn't doing anything and the pistons are creating vacuum (like.
It also lets you see the whole range of the turbo's behavior (spool up). Typical gauges read from 30mmHg to either 20, 25, or 30 PSI.
Okay, so please don't make fun of me too much this is my first car with a turbo. Well, ex wife had a Mini Cooper S and it was a turbo, but.