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Post by mmm240 on Fri Jan 15, 2010 4:28 pm

I finally got a turboed car and now it's time to up the boost! I'm looking at boost controllers and don't need anything fancy since this is just my winter beater. I think I'll be happy with 15lbs, considering the engine is all stock (SR btw) and I don't have any ecu tuning done.

Skool me on controllers! I'm looking at this one thinking 'suitable for low and high boost application?' Non variable? Like a shitty amp with a selectable low pass crossover?

And for giggles:

Mirage Power "Driving like without the speed limited" lol

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Post by Flicktitty on Fri Jan 15, 2010 4:35 pm

you said your looking for a "basic" boost controller. there for there is no need to get an electronic boost controller.

a nice manual one like you posted will work just fine.

i know alot of people that have ran Hallman manual boost controllers and they work flawlessly.

i would highly consider looking into one of those.or if you want a neat electronic gizmo in your car look on craigslist/nico/zilvia/etc for a used electronic one. Greddy Profec b's have always been one of the best boost controllers made you can get them used for around $150 if you need one.


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