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jinkl-

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manual boost controller
as i so far saw got two types
one operates with a spring mechanical
one operated by bleeding
spring one is the hose supplying the boost to the actuator
it will bypass a mechanical , it must be able to push the ballbearing of the controller
then only the actuator will open.
bleeding one , as boost goes up , it will pass thru a bleeder , the bleeder will let go some of the boost signal off the hoseline , then only reaches the actuator
got selenoid electrical one also
tht one is e-boost controller already
 

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jinkl- said:
manual boost controller
as i so far saw got two types
one operates with a spring mechanical
one operated by bleeding
spring one is the hose supplying the boost to the actuator
it will bypass a mechanical , it must be able to push the ballbearing of the controller
then only the actuator will open.
bleeding one , as boost goes up , it will pass thru a bleeder , the bleeder will let go some of the boost signal off the hoseline , then only reaches the actuator
got selenoid electrical one also
tht one is e-boost controller already

jinkl:
so let say if i install this boost controller,that mean i can manually adjust the boosting via this gadget right??do i still need a mechanic to adjust for me or done by myself??i just upgrade my engine to gsr,intend to put a boost controller but not very clear about this gadget..wat is the max gsr can boost??do i need to moddify other things in order to boost higher?? thanks a lot
 

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for gsr i guess
1bar still ok with standard fueling
but better if u tweak it a lil to give more fuel
maybe a fuel regulator , even better if safc

yes u can adjust the boost urself
but its trial n error
adjust , run , read boost meter
keep doing it till u get ur desired boost.

if ur fuel pump is standard proton then i guess upgrade ur pump bro
 

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jinkl said:
for gsr i guess
1bar still ok with standard fueling
but better if u tweak it a lil to give more fuel
maybe a fuel regulator , even better if safc

yes u can adjust the boost urself
but its trial n error
adjust , run , read boost meter
keep doing it till u get ur desired boost.

if ur fuel pump is standard proton then i guess upgrade ur pump bro

currently mine running without boost,just changed the engine only,my mechanic want me to get use to it first then boost for me..as for the exhaust system,already modded

still a bit blur about this boost controller...can u tell me more about this,where u connect it?
why need to upgrade the fuel pump?? thanks for the feedback
 

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evolancer said:
currently mine running without boost,just changed the engine only,my mechanic want me to get use to it first then boost for me..as for the exhaust system,already modded

still a bit blur about this boost controller...can u tell me more about this,where u connect it?
why need to upgrade the fuel pump?? thanks for the feedback
boost controller connect at d actuator there lo......change fuel pump so that it can supply sufficient petrol to engine when u boost higher.......

if urs is proton then gotta change..cheaper is BOSCH one or if u got evo fuel pump oso can use.....

if u nvr drive turbo car....then u gotta drive it n used to it 1st..dun boost so high 1st.....

bro...u hv to get boost meter n see wat ur boost level u r runing now...turbo car muz run witr boost....cannot said run without boost....imposible
 

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huakenny : i also feel like sumthing fishy , run without turbo errm
how did he do that lar ? let the hose all leak ah . errr
 

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