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Old 02-06-2004, 02:29 AM   #1
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i cant my boost to drop . i keep maxing out around 19-20psi nomatter where i adjust the boost controler that comes with the utec. the high boost is causing me knock. im trying to run stage 2 or 3
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Old 02-06-2004, 09:36 AM   #2
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IM or e-mail me. Chances are it's an easy fix. But, I need more information to tell you what to change.

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Open the ABC two turns then adjust the values in the boost map until you hit your target boost level. If you are running closed loop boost start with 200 and add 25. With open loop start at 90 and remove 10.
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i cant my boost to drop . i keep maxing out around 19-20psi nomatter where i adjust the boost controler that comes with the utec. the high boost is causing me knock. im trying to run stage 2 or 3
It's been really cold out lately... I had similar problems. Where in the RPM range are you maxing out? 3k rpms?

Close your ABC all the way if you have to... mine's barely open (maybe 1 turn) and I can STILL overboost in higher gears.

You and me need to switch to closed-loop boosting, I think
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