convert PSI to KPa or lb/in2

Submitted: Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 11:23
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g'day all i need to get 145psi and 114 psi converted into lb/in or KPa any help would be helpfull
i suck at working converions out :(
its for a 2f motor high is 145 to 149psi low is 114psi , with a no more then 3psi differants between bores
im compression testing it 2morrow befor i fork out the cash
cheers
ron

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Reply By: Wazza (Vic) - Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 11:42

Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 11:42
Ron,

I use this software. It converts pretty much anything and is free. I was just using this morning to convert temperatures.

http://www.joshmadison.com/software/convert/

145psi = 999.7 kpa
114psi = 786.0 kpa

hope this helps.~
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Follow Up By: ron1 - Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 12:32

Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 12:32
cheers wazza downloading it now , wow nice soft ware matey looks great thanks heaps
welldone
who needs maths when u can use this lol has so much to it as well , and im amazed its free, even for commercial use it says ,
thanks again wazza been real helpful matey
cheers
ron ,

ps.just looking at the program now, im feeling a little stupid lb/in2 = psi right ?? lol
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Follow Up By: macca - Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 13:55

Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 13:55
Wazza, I have the same little programme sitting on my desktop. Makes me look like a wiz when the grand kids want to know some conversions. Maybe one day I'll let em into my secret lol
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Follow Up By: Willem - Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 14:59

Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 14:59
Thanks Wazza, I have downloaded it too...always looking to conveert something to something. The only conversion I can't seem to do is to convert the G60 to a GU :-)))

Cheers,
Willem

Always going somewhere
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Follow Up By: macca - Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 16:16

Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 16:16
Willem. I might have a conversion on your problem
Take one cheque book and or credit card + 1 G60 - snake oil car salesman = 1GU
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Follow Up By: Willem - Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 22:18

Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 22:18
macca,
No cheque book, no credit card....next suggestion? Mmmmmm...maybe a magic wand will do.....better go back and read Harry Potter again!
Willem

Always going somewhere
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Follow Up By: macca - Saturday, Dec 06, 2003 at 09:45

Saturday, Dec 06, 2003 at 09:45
dont read too much into Harry Potter Willem or you will finish up driving an old Vauxall or Austin A30..maybe even a Skoda :-)
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Follow Up By: Willem - Saturday, Dec 06, 2003 at 23:29

Saturday, Dec 06, 2003 at 23:29
Hey macca,
I love Harry Potter!!! What an adventure !!! Now if only my old jalopy could FLY...think of the fuel savings. I definitely need a magic wand.
Cheers,
Willem

Always going somewhere
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Reply By: Dennis (Brisbane) - Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 15:36

Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 15:36
You could of course do it the old fashioned way

1lb = 7 kpa
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Follow Up By: Member - DOZER- Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 19:01

Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 19:01
Or atmospheric pressure (one atmosphere) = 101.7kpa or 1 bar or 14.7 psiwheredayathinkwer mike?
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Reply By: Russell [Pajero] - Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 17:05

Friday, Dec 05, 2003 at 17:05
Try this freebie lClick here
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