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Thread: Turbo Setup

Created on: 07/26/18 10:46 AM

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seaverzx14


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Turbo Setup
07/26/18 10:46 AM

Question. A local tuner is questioning the boost controller and pcv for making good reliable power. Any ideas would be awesome so I can get this thing finished up.

2009 ZX14
2871R Turbo
CP Rods/Pistons
Stock Head w/ Port
750CC Injectors
PCV
Walbaro 255
1:1 Regulator
3 Bar Map
AEM Tru Boost Gauge/Controller

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Rook


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RE: Turbo Setup
07/26/18 7:20 PM

Unless you have a custom tune and flash, your only option is a PC5 or similar fuel module. DJ's as reputable as it gets. What is your tuner suggesting you use instead of the PC5?



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seaverzx14


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RE: Turbo Setup
08/02/18 1:43 PM

He was more concerned about the boost controller and pcv working together. He pretty much called the aem gauge/controller junk and said i should have gone with ams. If i had the funds I would. I think i'm going to swap out my afr gauge for a failsafe gauge and say screw it.

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Rook


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RE: Turbo Setup
08/03/18 8:38 AM

The PC5 can be configured to respond to boost pressure. Maybe your tuner feels the sensor you have is not reliable.



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