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Right now I have a mechanical boost controller and it is one of the touchiest ones my tuner has ever seen. He could only get it set to 8 and 15 psi without it moving after he turned it for some reason. What kind of boost controllers do you guys have? Mechanical or the electric kind. i might be willing to switch to the electric.

Also can you have a multiple tune with a mechanical one or do you need an electric one?
 

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Eelctronic for precision we scored an old school HKS unit on ebay for 130.00 shipped.
 

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I just bought an Eboost2. It alows you to set a boost setting for each gear. Plenty of other features but that is the one I really liked. About the only one better is an AMS1000 but is more geared for a race car, especially at $800.
 

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I just bought an Eboost2. It alows you to set a boost setting for each gear. Plenty of other features but that is the one I really liked. About the only one better is an AMS1000 but is more geared for a race car, especially at $800.
How much was yours?

I use the one at the bottom on this page. http://boostvalve.com/pricelist.html
My low is 12psi and my high is 20psi. It works great.
So it just a really nice mechanical one? how do you switch from the two different boost levels?
 

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The current one I have has a switch as well. I bought the eboost2 on ebay for $499 with free shipping from tunerpartsusa. Not cheap but as much money as I've put into my car I was tired of a cheap mechanical controller. Especially now that I'm going auto.
 

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The current one I have has a switch as well. I bought the eboost2 on ebay for $499 with free shipping from tunerpartsusa. Not cheap but as much money as I've put into my car I was tired of a cheap mechanical controller. Especially now that I'm going auto.
Ok well what all does it do to make it 500 bucks?
 

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The ams 500 is suppose to also be a good controller for about the same price.


EBoost2
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