what is going on, Anything new on the Front like Pulley upgades, electronic boost controlers, Intake systems, Superchager Overhauls?
You read my mind goofyguy....goofyguy said:what is going on, Anything new on the Front like Pulley upgades, electronic boost controlers, Intake systems, Superchager Overhauls?
Gladly It is an older boost controller that is not made any more but there is another version that is available on the market. You simply plug the controller I have in line of the weather tight plug and the boost solenoid. When you want to have adjustable boost you just flip the switch, bypassing the ECM control of the solenoid and adjust the desired level on the controller with the rotary knob. Now this WILL NOT raise boost above where it is with the stock pulley but I am looking at a smaller pulley along with alky injection for a little oomph from the car. When there is a pulley available (if there is and the blower is not maxed as people have been saying) I will be able to leave ECM control on for stock boost (this is assuming as well that the by-pass valve will be able to flow enough to keep boost regulated at stock level's with a larger pulley) and switch over to the boost controller for above or below stock boost level's. I still have some ideas that I am looking into as well if I can ever get my car out of the service departmentgoofyguy said:Oh do you. And why dont you elighten us all.
What switch are you using to activate this relay at full throttle and where is it mounted? I would assume it is on the gas peddle.SaturnI0Nredline said:I spent about $10 on my boost controller I use a small microswitch, relay and a small switch which can bypass its fuction. At full Throttle the switch activates the relay turn the bypass solenoid off and allows max boost. Very simple yet I keep my gas milage
I think it's just because of the cold temps and the constantly damp or wet roads right now in Chicago. First is a killer though...JPK said:I don't ever spin through second at all. First will spin, but once I hook up I get a chirp out of second only and then I'm gone.