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Old 06-22-2009, 06:12 PM
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Jumpy Movement from Isspro Gagues

I just installed a boost, pyro and trans temp gauge in my truck. The gauges i used are isspro performax. First thing I noticed about my gauges in that the boost gauge sits at 2 PSI at idle. Also the movement from my boost and pryo is jumpy. If im hard on the throttle then they jump up very smooth...but if im soft on the throttle like everyday driving the gauges move up and down very jumpy. Its hard to explain but i was wondering if anybody else with isspro performax gauges can give me some insight on whether this is just how the guages are or is something wrong? Thanks
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Old 06-22-2009, 07:02 PM
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ive been really disappointed in my isspros (boost, pyro) when i installed them the boost gauge got stuck at 12psi and will slowly move up with boost but obviously isnt accurate at all..at night my pyro is hard to read in the dark yet my boost is bright as can be. as far as being jumpy i havnt noticed that as an issue anyways..good thing i paid 220 bucks for them (and pillar)..
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mine have been nothing but awesome and have a smooth sweep all across the dial. to the OP, where are your guages plumbed into? pics?
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mine have been nothing but awesome and have a smooth sweep all across the dial. to the OP, where are your guages plumbed into? pics?
I drilled and tapped the intake elbow for the boost gauge, drilled and tapped the manifold for pyro and put the trans temp in the port on side of the tranny.

I had autometers in my last truck and had nothing but smooth movement. I kinda thought it looked like the boost gauge was smoother today...maybe the gauges just need to be broken in

I sent a email to isspro about my issues and hopefully they will get back to me.
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