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Originally posted by h20cooled7
yes it does make a difference , if i cut it off it will limit it to one bar. im just gonna leave off, the car is a handfull to drive with it cranked.


You probably experienced more wheelspin, and maybe your car also squatted on acceleration even more than usual, as well as dramatic forward weight changes when you came off the boost by backing off the throttle. Just a guess.

You can always tune some of that boost back in, but you need to set the boost at one level and tune the AFR with an AFR meter around that specific level of boost, and after that don't touch the dial of death.

If your car is handling different under more boost and you don't like it, you then have to consider bigger rear torsion bars, and revalving your rear shocks to match, or upgrading them. Unless you don't mind all the back and forth weight transfer. It sure increases the sensation of acceleration!
Old 03-11-2007, 11:38 AM
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