freakyjason wrote:Thanks so much, Cody! This setup is working AMAZING for me! With my street tires, I burn through 1st 2nd and some of third at 16 psi. And with R compund tires at the glen, it was completely manageable and passed a lot of cars I probably shouldn't have been able to haha. I'll post up a dyno chart if I ever have the car dynoed. See you in dirty Jersey!
I wish I coulda made NJ, but my parents took vacation and I had to run the business
That's the name of the game though, I don't mind helping them out as for sure they've let me slide on many track days in the past hehe.
Your car certainly seemed to run really well...and I know for a fact it had to have surprised a ton of people...it's the closest thing to a v8 car out there, but with more more managable torque curve!
Salzano12389 wrote:lol ok yea i figured that, makes sense now lol..
anyway what do you think about a mbc not a good idea?
I don't like a MBC for two reasons:
1. Lack of gain adjustment. With an EBC (and more so when in combination with internal gate) it allows you to add a ton of gain into the boost control...this helps fight creep and spike issues, as well is able to hold boost out till redline. An MBC may help you hit the target boost, but it certainly doesn't spool it as quickly, nor will it holkd.
2. Lack of true precision...an MBC is much more 'weather' reliant...where the EBC takes into account humidity/temperature etc etc and will always be constant. 90* in Summer or 45* in winter, my boost levels have never changed