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PSI???

Can anyone tell me what the 7.3 in a 96 makes for boost from the facotry? I'm looking at a putting in a 3 gauge pillar pod with boost/pyro/trans temp, to go along with my dp tuners chip. I see they have anywhere from 30 to 100 psi, i would like to have the vac/boost gauge but if its going to exceed 30psi it will have to be boost only.

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post #2 of 6 Old 02-20-2008, 10:46 AM
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stock with the tuner you should be fine with a 30 psi gauge

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theres no need for a vac/boost gauge in a diesel. i have a 60 psi gauge and im wishing i would only have a 35. i can only get 25 out of mine when im giving it hell..

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factory boost is a around 13-15psi in arizona. i have a 30psi gauge and it works great.
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Thanks for the quick replyz guys. Looks like everything will work fine.

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I haven't pegged my 35psi gauge yet, with all of my mods. So far 27 is as high as I've got.

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