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ID:	318481 I just received my pressure regulator and see bubbles inside the watch Riva pressure. Is this normal?


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    Is it actively bubbling??
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    still not installed on the pwc.
    but if we move the bubble moves through the interior of the watch.
    They buy it from greenhulk Jerry, I do ask you to send me one in good condition?

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    Maybe from shipping? Bouncing around? See if they settle.

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    Yes very normal for a liquid filled gauge.

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    then they were? is normal or not? Nobody has a clock Riva fuel pressure and you can confirm that this is normal?

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    Thats normal...I have 3 liquid filled gauges on my ski (FPR, vacuum, boost) and they all have an air pocket. The pocket will go away depending on how its mounted...The liquid is there to dampen the needle from movement due to vibration...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    Thats normal...I have 3 liquid filled gauges on my ski (FPR, vacuum, boost) and they all have an air pocket. The pocket will go away depending on how its mounted...The liquid is there to dampen the needle from movement due to vibration...
    Ok thanks for your reply, mount the clock had thought so.

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    be installed so the pressure gauge?

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    Yes, that is normal.

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    that is a glycerin filled gauge, they almost always have a bubble in them, depending on the mounting position were the bubble is,
    it stops the needle from vibrating to get a more accurate reading,

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