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Yes, the internal switch is variable resistance trim pot, the signal into the ECU for boost control. The ECU then controls the boost by varying the duty cycle to an electronic valve.

We usually use an AEM trim switch for controlling 3+ boost levels, and had planned for that in the first E-MBC design, but we've now found nicer switches that also allow for limiting the number of positions.
Don't need 10 boost level settings, or only 4 are used and the other 6 are all the same?
No problem, the switch can be set to have as few as 2 positions.
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