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Old 30 April 2014, 18:01   #1
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presure guage dilema!!!!

Hope some one can help.Just ordered a .5 bar inline presure gauge for my honwave 3.5 would this be ok or will I need to send it back
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Old 01 May 2014, 10:49   #2
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so long as you need less than .5 bar then you'll be fine. What's the problem?
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Old 01 May 2014, 10:59   #3
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The problem is im not 100% what the presure should be as I have lost my manual,I think it is.35 bar for keel and .25 for outer tubes any help
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Sounds about right so you should be fine. My quicksilver 430 is .25 tubes and .44 keel. What boat is it?
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ye i had a honwave, if its aluminium deck then the keep is .35 bar and the tubes are .25.

So you will be fine
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ye i had a honwave, if its aluminium deck then the keep is .35 bar and the tubes are .25.

So you will be fine
Yes thats the one many thanks
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If not planing to inflate any air deck, stay with it, it's more accurate to monitor a less psi on a less bar/psi scale than same less psi on a larger bar/psi scale.

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