I was reading on rising rates earlier and noticed that alot of directions for various brands tell you too remove the vacuum line and check the static pressure. My question is lets say im running 48psi @ idle under vacuum, which I am. Now I know their is a math equation to figure out static pressure but lets say its 60psi. Then the rising rate adds 1lb of fuel pressure per 1lb of boost. Is it adding that on top of the static fuel pressure? I would think it is.... So if my static fuel pressure was 60psi (I can check later) then under boost I would be doing 70psi of fuel pressure! Is that how it works?