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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-20-2011, 03:57 AM Thread Starter
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I just bought a 97 f250. My boost Gage reads about 4 psi at
75 mph. Is that normal or low? Also the pyro is running anywhere between 650 an 750 at the same is that to high?
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Re: Boost question

It's about normal for cruising down the highway... Same with the temps...

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Re: Boost question

Seems about normal on the boost, mine runs more like 5-6 IIRC. And the temp seems about right, maybe a little high, depends on how much you're givin' er (such as traffic, terrain, etc.), takes a little to keep these things up to that kinda speed.

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