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Old 03-25-2003, 11:53 AM   #1
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Question hallman evolution

from the boostcontroler.com website:

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The new Hallman EVOLUTION Kit and Hallman EVOLUTION RX Kit both use the same valves as the Pro and Pro RX Kits (see above), and have the same features, but ALSO are integrated into a self-contained cockpit controller cable system.

Both of these kits also contain a mounting bracket, 3 feet of hose, a hardware kit, and specific installation instructions. The cable is 72 inches in length. Available in Red or Black.

The self contained cable system allows you to adjust boost from inside your car! This new system makes it very easy to set initial desired boost level... there is no need to stop the car, pop the hood, adjust the valve, then drive to see what boost level it is set at (and possibly repeating this process several times). Sitting at a red light and want to turn up the boost? Its just an arm's reach away.

This unique cable system uses a sheathed cable that does not twist or bind. There is no "lateral torque". This means that you achieve consistent results when you turn your inside-the-cockpit adjustment knob. Just as precise as if you were turning a knob on the controller itself, as with the Hallman Pro or Hallman Pro RX kits.
this seems REALLY cool to me... like the convenience of an EBC with the solid reliability of an MBC. if you have an PTFB situation, you just dial down the boost. driving like grandma? dial down the boost. boogie-ing down some back roads? dial UP the boost! weather affecting the boost level? tweak it from the cockpit, WHILE DRIVING.

cons: kinda pricey at like $160. otoh, hallman makes very nice BCs and i'm sure this one will last forever.

anybody see one of these installed somewhere? maybe even have one installed on their own car? please share!!!

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Old 03-25-2003, 02:31 PM   #2
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my cousin had something similar on his 1990 gs-t. it was an incabin mbc, but i don't know if it was made by hallman. it seemed to work well.
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update: by the way, this mbc is the grandaddy of them all.
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Old 01-04-2007, 03:53 PM   #4
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This is what i'll be getting, there's nothing better IMO than a good MBC, and one that can be adjusted while driving is sweet.

Messing around with the variables on an Blitz SBC controller gets old quickly.
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ken, i have one of these, do you know where i can get the cockpit cable......mine was shorteneed
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i have one of those on my 90 gsx, it was awsome. After a simple install, the first run i was at 10psi, and than gave it a twist, and ta-da, 15 lbs.. its very sleeper too.. and also VERY convienient.
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Old 02-22-2007, 12:07 PM   #7
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ken, i have one of these, do you know where i can get the cockpit cable......mine was shorteneed
it's kind of expensive, but this is the exact replacement:

http://www.boostcontroller.com/index...1c48894b561d22
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Old 02-22-2007, 01:10 PM   #8
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Had one on my Talon. I had a SAFC, but it wasn't absolutely necessary to adjust the fuel when I upped the boost.

With the WRX, you'd have to keep different fuel maps loaded on the UTEC for a predetermined amount of boost. And to think, I completely ruled out this idea after hearing bad things about MBCs.
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With the WRX, you'd have to keep different fuel maps loaded on the UTEC for a predetermined amount of boost.
why would you need to do that?

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And to think, I completely ruled out this idea after hearing bad things about MBCs.
don't believe everything you read...
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I can't up the boost in my car w/o adjusting the fuel. It ran very lean (.8 to 1.2 in the 60-80% columns between 4000 and 5500 rpms) with the addition of 2-3 psi. After this thread, I'm considering a MBC and making a second map with more fuel in the 60-80% columns for when I want to run more boost.

Maybe most bad things were people w/o EM.
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