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1 Electronic boost controller on 11th April 2014, 9:09 pm

Turbazz


Anybody use one of these? Guessing they work very similar. So my question is what is the best way of setting it up. Il expand on that I have a gizmo IBC... It has two settings the gain cycle and the boost cycle basically offsets each other for optimum settings.
Now i have been messing around with it driving my car up and down , cant seem to get a good balance.



Any tips or advice on setting this up? Thank you

2 Re: Electronic boost controller on 11th April 2014, 9:51 pm

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Just did abit of quick searching .... cycle 12% and 1bar .....
Do you have a uprated fuel pump .... i wouldnt play about with it to much you dont want it to go pop running a bar should be safe but still adviseble to get the fueling checked ...


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3 Re: Electronic boost controller on 11th April 2014, 10:06 pm

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Yes I have a fuel pump and uprated clutch..

4 Re: Electronic boost controller on 11th April 2014, 10:38 pm

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Its just oe pumps are getting old now so not always deliver the fuel when uping the boost.... like i said dont push it to much if the engine goes pop its going to cost you big .....


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5 Re: Electronic boost controller on 11th April 2014, 11:35 pm

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6 Re: Electronic boost controller on 11th April 2014, 11:36 pm

Turbazz


Answerd my own question need to try that out tomorrow

7 Re: Electronic boost controller on 11th April 2014, 11:37 pm

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The steps for actually tuning the duty cycle and gain parameters for an electronic boost controller are listed below. Make sure you ALWAYS start with low duty cycle and gain settings.

Drive the car in third or fourth gear and turn up the duty cycle until you reach the desired maximum boost level (as seen on a boost gauge or a friend with a laptop in the passenger seat). If you followed the advice above you have a low gain setting and you won't have any boost spikes (sudden jumps in boost). If you do see spikes, make sure your gain is turned down.
Now drive the car in first or second gear and turn up the gain has high as you can before seeing boost spikes.
Now that you have the ideal duty cycle and gain settings you should be making the most of your electronic boost controller and see considerable gains in performance from your turbocharged engine.

8 Re: Electronic boost controller on 12th April 2014, 6:18 pm

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What are you planing to run it at ?


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9 Re: Electronic boost controller on 13th April 2014, 1:40 am

Turbazz


1.0bar mate

10 Re: Electronic boost controller on 2nd June 2014, 1:27 am

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been wondering about this myself, my new greddy profec has changed my car completely, its better off letting someone who knows mess about with it

11 Re: Electronic boost controller on 2nd June 2014, 12:11 pm

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Setup my avcr myself and i know f all about cars its not a hard process tbh

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