04-20-2007, 12:59 PM
would it be recommended for me to get a manual boost controller like a TurboXs so that way i can adjust the boost instead of having to buy shims. that way if the boost ever drops again or any thing i can just adjust it like that.
04-20-2007, 06:56 PM
Im not one for the TurboXS but i do like the GReddy type-s
Did you get the J&S yet ?
04-21-2007, 11:00 AM
im waiting on the J&S to get in stock. im ordering it today but i will have to wait a while for it to come in. adn as far as the greddy type-s i know that is what you have but i really cant afford it because i am going to need the clutch and stuff soon. i was looking for something that works well for a less money than that right now.
04-21-2007, 12:12 PM
Tom, I like suggesting this b/c its so cheap, but have you heard of the T-Connector method? you can buy connectors from a parts store and put it between the wastegate vacuum line and on a hot pipe, and un cap it and you can run more boost. its very simple. alot of people i know use this. its pretty easy. they found the right sized one, and one runs 10 psi daily and if he wants to turn up the boost to 18 psi, he just takes the bottle cap off. very cheap and functional boost controller. maybe Tom can share some of his knowledge on this.While it may be ghetto, it does cost less than 5 bucks, and you have 2 boost settings.
all it does is trick the wastegate into thinking it needs to stay shut, and it makes more pressure go thru that line, therefore youre running more boost.