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      07-07-2007, 10:53 AM   #1
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Proceed software boost gauge?

Does the boost gauge in the proceed software measure actual boost or the requested boost? So can you monitor for boost spikes and such with it?
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There is no PROcede software boost gauge ... Boost is displayed in a text line right next to the gauges.
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There is no PROcede software boost gauge ... Boost is displayed in a text line right next to the gauges.
thanks, but that was not my question
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Does the boost gauge in the proceed software measure actual boost or the requested boost? So can you monitor for boost spikes and such with it?
It measures actual boost in the intercooler pipe just before the throttle body. The only measurment error that you need to be aware of is when you lift off the throttle. During this time, the throttle closes, the pressure in the IC pipe spikes until the bypass valves open. You'll easy see 17-19psi spikes during throttle lift. That really happens but that is NOT seen by the engine. Just the IC pipe.

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thanks a lot

guess it will do for now, im going to be driving 1400 miles right after i get it installed and wanted to make sure

looks like ill still have to get a gauge in the future though since its not manifold pressure
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