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    Trim : Sri nav

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    Year : 2006

    Default CDTI 150 standard boost pressure?

    Does anyone know this?

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    18 PSi I think

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    Cheers Lee. I'm having a few issues with my car. It's remapped and hits 22psi, wasn't sure what the standard pressure is. At least now i know it's running higher than standard.

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    The opcom readout on mine shows 1.35 bar (approx 19psi) above atmospheric pressure when accellerating at full throttle. Not sure how accurate that is though!

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    i was thinking off fitting a boost gauge to the interior, does anyone know if this mod has been done?

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    Without remap, my boost will go to nearly 30psi.

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    Hmmm. Lots of different pressures there.

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    Standard boost is 1,4 bar / 20,3 psi.

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    is 20psi for all 1.9's???

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    so what is the psi for a 1.9cdti??? as id like a boost gauge but most only go to 20psi

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