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  1. #1
    paulphot Guest

    Help needed with manual boost control.

    Okay guys, (and girls), I have just bought a new Turbotech manual boost control

    and I need to know where it goes and what gets disconnected and plugged.



    Hope you can help. Cheers
    Paul

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    http://www.jull.co.uk/mods/boost_valve.html

    I trust you have a boost gauge too?

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    paulphot Guest
    Thanks Nicely, that confirms what I thought. The controller is in and it works brilliantly. I have been keeping a close eye on the boost gauge and it sits right on 10psi with only one boost spike to 13psi at about 6200rpm which is a place I very rarely go in the rev range. Now I just need to fit my FMIC and get the echaust done and I can wind it up a bit.

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