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It is hardcoded as inHG (inches of mercury). This will be fixed in the next update (2.00)

In the mean time you can log MAP pressure which can be changed to PSI. This will be referencing 0 not atmospheric however. So 14.7psi will be 0 psi and 29.4 will be 14.7 psi etc.

Alternatively you can use the unit converter or google "30inHG in psi" for a quick answer.

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