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I had the IMS compressor out the other day (slow leak on my poor old MX-3 that's been sitting for the last two weeks).
The compressor works great, although a little loud, but the guage is labeled in 100 kPa.
We may be supposed to be a metric country, but I had no clue what 35 psi was in 100 kPa. (roughly 2.4, it turns out. 1 psi is about 6.9 kPa).
It'd suck to pop the IMS out the first time with a flat some night in the middle of nowhere and not have a clue what to inflat the tire to. Just imagine the call to roadside assistance...:D
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Hmmm...i just ran into the same problem...but i am in the US...where the hell is the PSI compressor...luckily i am not stupid, and knew the conversion formula...but damn...hate to be some shmuck filling his tire to much...ah well.