I'll keep that in mind. but i noticed on my drive with isman, his SBC-ID was reading out in PSI. Im sure I'll get used to it if i cant covert the display. (I'll try to remember that 50Kpa ~ 7PSI )Wxman said:Kpa is 1000 Pascals. 1 Kpa is also 10 mb. Therefore 100 Kpa is 1000mb or 1 bar. Finally, 100 Kpa is then equal to 14.7 psi. or 1 Kps is 0.147 psi.
Meteorology school rewind.
Wait just a minute, I am the meteorologist here!!! You are stealing my thunder... :lol:isman said:My .02 cents for this morning:
1 mbar = .014504 psi which is lb/in- squared
1 pa = .00001 atm
1 Pa = .007528 mmHg68F
1 atm = 1.01325 bar
1 bar = .986923 atm
1 bar = 10197.1621 kgf/m-squared
I had to torque my new Aluminum Ray racing lug nuts and everyting was in Japanese and only thing I saw was 9-12 kgf :crazy: