7 Color Series 45 PSI Boost Vac Gauges For Higher Boost Levels
Posted by Matt P. on Feb 09, 2021
- 45 PSI Boost Vacuum Gauge
- Reads From -30 inHG to 45 PSI
- Turbocharged Cars and Trucks
- Vehicles Generating Higher Boost
- 7 Color Gauge Series
- Analog LED Readouts
- 7 Display Color Settings
- 6' Silicone Hose & 1/8" T-Fitting
As the years advance, so does the technology. That goes for the latest cars on the market too. Newer tech is pushing the boost levels generated by turbochargers higher and higher. So for anyone driving high boosting cars, a gauge in the area of 30 PSI just isn’t gonna cut it.
That’s why we brought in our 45 PSI Boost/Vacuum Gauge. This 52mm mechanical boost gauge was developed specifically for cars running high horsepower. You’ll be able to accurately monitor boost and vacuum levels from -30 inHG to 45 PSI. Needless to say this gauge comes with a lot of perks, most importantly that you’ll be able to watch for overboosting and other poor performance indicators.
In addition to delivering readouts with pinpoint precision, this turbo boost gauge will look really good in your car’s cabin. Our 7 Color Series comes with a black or white gauge face, clear or tinted magnified lens, and 7 color options for the ultra-bright LED display. So it’s your call on which version looks best in your car when you decide between the Tinted 7 Color, Black 7 Color or White 7 Color gauge style.
When it comes to installation, you’re also looking at a complete car boost gauge kit. Everything needed for the install is there. That includes a 6’ Black Silicone Vacuum Hose with a 1/8” Inner Diameter, a 1/8” T-Fitting with Hose Clamps, and mounting hardware. You’ll also get instructions that walk you through the process step by step. And if you have any questions, you can reach out to us anytime because our customers get Lifetime Tech Support.
So if you have a car with a turbo and lots of horsepower, our 45 PSI Boost/Vac Gauge was made for you. Install this boost and vacuum gauge and stay on top of those boost pressure and compression levels.