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Old 02-08-2017, 01:19 PM   #1
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Focus 1.5 Turbo boost

Hello , wanted to know what is the stock boost in the Ford Focus 1.5 ecoboost , thank youu :D


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Starting with smaller displacement engines such as the 1.5L and 1.6L in MY13, Ford introduced a new way to control boost pressure on the EcoBoost platform. Newer model years and larger engines have also adopted this strategy as it offers more precise control of the turbocharger based on feedback from pressure created and consumed. This new control strategy is designed to regulate boost by providing either pressure or vacuum to the turbocharger's wastegate actuator canister. The delivery is done through one or more solenoids and can be configurable through switches in the event that an actuator is replaced with an aftermarket unit. This wastegate control model was designed to be feed-forward based. This means that a base target is set and the wastegate control PID system attempts to achieve the base target through continuous feedback and prediction.

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Starting with smaller displacement engines such as the 1.5L and 1.6L in MY13, Ford introduced a new way to control boost pressure on the EcoBoost platform. Newer model years and larger engines have also adopted this strategy as it offers more precise control of the turbocharger based on feedback from pressure created and consumed. This new control strategy is designed to regulate boost by providing either pressure or vacuum to the turbocharger's wastegate actuator canister. The delivery is done through one or more solenoids and can be configurable through switches in the event that an actuator is replaced with an aftermarket unit. This wastegate control model was designed to be feed-forward based. This means that a base target is set and the wastegate control PID system attempts to achieve the base target through continuous feedback and prediction.

https://cobbtuning.atlassian.net/wik...ategy+Addendum
well that is great , but honestly i don't fully understand it , and you didnot tell me the max boost pressure for the turbo in the 1.5 ecoboost hahaha :'D
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