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ok i have a manual boost controller with an agp wastegate ..
and my question is why does my car spike 20 psi with the boost controler closed ... is my mbc shot?
the wastegate does what i want its holding 14-15
but i want less spike because my afr is a little high in the 12.4-12.5
i want 11.9 or so can anyone give me some advice before i buy another bc
 

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eddysrt4 said:
ok i have a manual boost controller with an agp wastegate ..
and my question is why does my car spike 20 psi with the boost controler closed ... is my mbc shot?
the wastegate does what i want its holding 14-15
but i want less spike because my afr is a little high in the 12.4-12.5
i want 11.9 or so can anyone give me some advice before i buy another bc
The MBC is on backwards.
 

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Plastick, your ride is fu<king sweet. Got to be one of the nicest I have seen. Nice wheels and I like the wing-delete and no crosshair.
 

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Plastick, your ride is fu<king sweet. Got to be one of the nicest I have seen. Nice wheels and I like the wing-delete and no crosshair.
Photoshop is awesome isnt it :thumbsup:
 

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so you guys think i have the boost controller backwards ????
anyone have a pic or like a diagram of how its soppose to go?
even tho im 99 % sure i got it right
 

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Photoshop is awesome isnt it :thumbsup:
I like how he has limo tint on his windshield. i'd only ride that bitch at night.. itd be like a game of chicken with everything on and off the road.

nice photoshop though.
 

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eddysrt4 said:
so you guys think i have the boost controller backwards ????
anyone have a pic or like a diagram of how its soppose to go?
even tho im 99 % sure i got it right
Which boost controller are you using? Most come stamped with an arrow indicating the direction of air flow. Short of that, read the instructions.
 
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