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    intake pressure with can doo?

    Just wondering when I have can doo running it shows 14.5 for the manifold pressure? Ski is not running.
    I unplugged the connector and the reading stayed the same. (possible it needs to be running to read correctly?)

    When I go over my 60 sec history.

    it shows at idle I have 9-10 psi ??? Is that reading vacuum? or is my Map sensor not reading right?
    In the history it hows a 3000 rpm spike and at that point it reads 14.5 psi?

    Its in a 03 GTX but the ECU is from a 05 RXP
    I am however using the 03 intake with Map sensor.


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    it should read atmospheric pressure. STD is 14.92. In the 60sec you need to subtract 14.92 for PSIG

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    Ok Thanks!

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