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Old Mar 30, 2006, 06:39 PM   #1
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Convert BAR to PSI

My brother sent me this. I figured this could help anyone who want to know how to convert BAR to PSI

PRESSURE CONVERSION CHART PSI-BAR

PSI----BAR
1 = 0.07
2 = 0.14
3 = 0.21
4 = 0.28
5 = 0.34
6 = 0.41
7 = 0.48
8 = 0.55
9 = 0.62
10 = 0.69
11 = 0.76
12 = 0.83
13 = 0.90
14 = 0.97
15 = 1.03
16 = 1.10
17 = 1.17
18 = 1.24
19 = 1.31
20 = 1.38
21 = 1.45
22 = 1.52
23 = 1.59
24 = 1.65
25 = 1.72
26 = 1.79
27 = 1.86
28 = 1.93
29 = 2.00
30 = 2.07
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well 1bar = 14.5psi so now you can do the calculations for any number
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Very good post! Every time I deliver a 911 Turbo at work the customers ask what the bar digital readout in the dash is and I have to go through this with them...useful information!
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Very good post! Every time I deliver a 911 Turbo at work the customers ask what the bar digital readout in the dash is and I have to go through this with them...useful information!
I am glad it's useful.
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