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      06-12-2012, 06:49 PM   #1
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p3 vent gauge instruction

Anyone have the instructions handy for the original p3 vent gauge??

specifically, I want to turn off the display.

Tried the p3cars.com website, but I cant find any info for the old gauge.
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      06-12-2012, 10:34 PM   #2
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check out the calibration card link here: http://www.rixeffects.com/p3/ventinstall
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check out the calibration card link here: http://www.rixeffects.com/p3/ventinstall
Thanks bud! Exactly what I was looking for. The calibration card didnt have the info but the videos show that you can turn the display off in the config settings.

Somewhat disappointed that even if you turn off the display, the little turbo psi logo on the bottom right of the display still stays lit up.
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+1 needed this as well. Thanks
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Somewhat disappointed that even if you turn off the display, the little turbo psi logo on the bottom right of the display still stays lit up.
I used to unplug mine just for that reason. Another solution is to permanently cover the psi logo with electrical tape.
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