i never had a problem with a poowertek one,a cheap one i got wasmn't good at all buit get a poertek one and there are great and the bloke will even set it upon a flow bench so everyone i have had is so easy to fit as it just boosts to the boost i asked him to set it to!
you have to have a boost guage and a good one.if you want a good cheap boost guage get a tim 2 bar one as they are onl;y £20 odd and work well but i would have a boost guage even on a standard car as they are cheap but well worth having
think about it your standrad boost control is the same as a manual boost controller its just not adjustable as ALL A MBC DOES IN MAKE A RESTRICTON HOLE AND THE STANDARD BOOST CONTROL HAS A DRILL RESTRICTOR PUT OIN THE PIPEWORK
fitted my manuel boost controller yesterday i got from driftworks and it seems to work great its a bit of a balls to set haveing a start drive stop get out adjust get back in drive etc etc but other than that its working great
it is the blue one they sell ball and spring type..
just going to keep an eye on my boost gauge for a while..but so far so good ive done 150 miles driveing so far no probs:dogpile:
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