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    LC1 owners

    To those of you who have an lc1 installed on their ski, how hard do you find it is to read? At idle and mid range I can read mine easily, but at WOT it jumps around quite fast and it's hard to get an accurate reading. Does the sampling rate need to be adjusted?

    Also my autometer mech boost gauge bounces around like crazy and is impossible to read :/


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    Are you hitting the rev limit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Are you hitting the rev limit?
    No - sorry I forgot to specify that..

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    you should get a liquid filled boost gauge or digital. the regular ones usually bounce a lot.


    they LC-1 should be OK at WOT. did you try calibrating the sensor?

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    My lc-1 bounces a little like 11.6, 11.8 to 11.7 at wot.
    I have a digitial boost gauge and it does not bounce around.

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    I've tried the free air cal and I think it is fine. It reads fine at idle and mid, but blinks up an down too fast at WOT to really determine an accurate reading?? So this is not how it should be by the seems of things?

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    Quote Originally Posted by monaroman76 View Post
    I've tried the free air cal and I think it is fine. It reads fine at idle and mid, but blinks up an down too fast at WOT to really determine an accurate reading?? So this is not how it should be by the seems of things?
    where is your sensor installed?

    should be consisted readings throughout the RPM range....

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    In the exhaust mani.. Could a boost leak cause this?

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    I don't think so, but I could be wrong. What's the cut off where it starts to jump? could you be on the soft limiter?

    also, have you tried holding it at 7700 rpms or something close to WOT, but a little bit lower, to see if the jumps there?

    straight sensor in mani, or using some type of adaptor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by monaroman76 View Post
    Could a boost leak cause this?
    possibly water

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