Right now I have a an HKS EVC IV, but it is a pain to set. I was thinking of getting the twosrus MBC. Will this be any worse than the HKS unit, in terms of reliability and controlling the boost?
Nothing will give you better booast control and reliability than a ball/spring MBC like the twosrus.uofm0587 said:Right now I have a an HKS EVC IV, but it is a pain to set. I was thinking of getting the twosrus MBC. Will this be any worse than the HKS unit, in terms of reliability and controlling the boost?
It shouldn't take more then 30 minutes ro install any MBC. Its just a valve that goes in the hose between the turbo and the actuator.uofm0587 said:Its a pain, because you have to redline it in third or something like that to set it.(is this correct?) You just can't turn the knob and go, I think. How long does it take to put a MBC in? and will the twosrus unit fit with a TD06? Just looking for 15 psi, probably won't be goin higher than that.
Because I drive see my boost has shifted, stop, open up, screw it one way or the other. Drive, check boost.uofm0587 said:I dont really understand. Why is it so annoying?
That would leave me at a loss to explain boost changes I have experienced during altitude and temperature changes???billwot said:With a ball/spring MBC. spring tension controls boost. If you have 15 psi tension on the spring, it will open at 15 psi in January, and 15 psi in July.
The spring is unaffected by temperatures.
The spring is? however there is a difference between 15psi @ 30 degree F and 15 psi at 60 degrees F.billwot said:The spring is unaffected by temperatures.