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Hopefully this will turn out to be as informative as the SOS thread. That had been a lifesaver for a lot of people.
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Anyone know which boost regulating disk to use for 14-15psi?
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Originally Posted by gfresh86 View Post
Anyone know which boost regulating disk to use for 14-15psi?
I believe they only supply one size now, and I use it all the time. If you don't use it, you will struggle to run anything less than 14 psi so my advice would be leave it in unless you plan to run over 15 psi at all time.
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Do ypu happen to know which one they come with? 2.25 or the 2.5? I didnt use one so it was creeping from 11psi to 16psi. Made 500whp on 16psi. I think i have a 2.5 at home so im not sure if thats the right one to use.
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The 2.25 is what we include in the kit.

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Originally Posted by gfresh86 View Post
Do ypu happen to know which one they come with? 2.25 or the 2.5? I didnt use one so it was creeping from 11psi to 16psi. Made 500whp on 16psi. I think i have a 2.5 at home so im not sure if thats the right one to use.

i saw the graph on Evans IG. Nice numbers dude
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I am not one for complexity, but what about a motorized valve in the exhaust to restrict flow for running less than 15psi. The center would be hollow to replicate the restricting disk included with the kit. This could be wired into the ECU for lowering boost pressure in the first few gears.

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Originally Posted by Memo6453 View Post
i saw the graph on Evans IG. Nice numbers dude
thanks memo the car pulls like a raped ape uptop. But i think theres more midrange and spool to be had. I think the target boost of 11psi and creeping to 16psi give it that linear feel.it feels similar to my supercharger but with aloot more pull. Im gonna put the boost regulator disc in and see if that helps.
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Originally Posted by RAIN H8R View Post
I am not one for complexity, but what about a motorized valve in the exhaust to restrict flow for running less than 15psi. The center would be hollow to replicate the restricting disk included with the kit. This could be wired into the ECU for lowering boost pressure in the first few gears.

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