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  1. So your post has got me thinking. Could I possibly get a after market boost controller like the gfb 3.0 and just set the over boost value too 10psi then it would in theory stop the turbo spooling past 10 psi effectively stoping my boost cut issuse? On a side note I would rather have the car running at about 12 psi, is there any possible way of disabling the ecu boost cut or tricking the ecu into thinking it's running lower psi? How does the ecu measure boost? Could I possibly disconnect a sensor so the ecu can't read boost or will the cause a running issue? Sent from my CPH1920 using Tapatalk
  2. I <3 Bananas yeah man I'm going to look at getting one for mine [emoji1690] Sent from my CPH1920 using Tapatalk
  3. How did u get that app to work off your OBD2 port? Sent from my CPH1920 using Tapatalk
  4. Okay well I'll give it a go on bypassing the boost solinoid and try just it on waste gate pressure Should I unplug the boost solinoid or leave it plugged in? I'll just run a hose from the turbo directly to the boost actuator Sent from my CPH1920 using Tapatalk
  5. So yeah took the car for a drive the other day and I've confirmed it sits at 10psi WOT through first and second but as soon as I shift into third and plant it, it wants to sit on 12psi then it cuts. could I possibly by pass the boost solenoid and stop the ecu boost cut?
  6. So I guessing that in 1st and 2nd it's probably not building any more boost then 10psi, allowing it to rev out and not cut, I'll have to check it today. Sent from my CPH1920 using Tapatalk
  7. Yeah I've got a boost gauge, not really sure what it's hitting in 1st and 2nd, keeping my eyes on the road. I'll have to get the misses to watch it. Sent from my CPH1920 using Tapatalk
  8. Also I should have mention that I can hit rev limiter in first and second if I launch it and it won't hit boost cut. It only hits it boost cut once it gets to like 3500 - 4000 rpm in 3rd. Sent from my CPH1920 using Tapatalk
  9. Okay well where do I find the sensor? Thought it was just a solenoid controlled by the ECU didn't know there was a sensor. More exhaust flow is better for turbos I thought? Sent from my CPH1920 using Tapatalk
  10. So your saying that it's been previously tuned? and now it needs a retune to getting it to stop hitting 10 psi or smooth out the boost spike when it's under load or something Sent from my CPH1920 using Tapatalk
  11. It was a stock car when I bought it no mods done, but it was hitting boost cut just the same but was abit worse. The exhaust was damaged when I bought the car. Turned out it was restricting exhaust air flow, I had the damaged section cut out and the cat gutted as it was ruptured and parts of the cat were lodged Futher down the exhaust, got that cleaned up and also had the middle muffler deleted. Car seemed to run alot better after freeing up exhaust flow. But still would hit boost cut if pushed too around 4000 rpm. So I got a boost gauge installed and now I've found if I back it off when I spikes the 10psi it won't cut power. Surely these cars in stock form shouldnt hit boost cut at 4000rpm?? Would a tune fix this? Sent from my CPH1920 using Tapatalk
  12. I've put a few mods on it allready but it seems that it still spikes too about 10 - 12 psi at around 3500 - 4000 rpm and if I don't back off it hits boost cut and loses all power, goes into limp mode. Can I get a flash tuner and take the boost cut off? I want to be able to hold it at WOT and run all gears to red line with out it over boosting and going into limp mode. Sent from my CPH1920 using Tapatalk
  13. Hey guys. Just wondering how would I go about stoping the ecu boost cut when I go over 10 psi boost on my stock ba xr6 turbo
  14. I've allready installed it, it's been on there for about 2 months no real noticeable difference.. Boost comes on slightly quicker, but I'm in the process of fixing the exhaust and then needing a tune. Sent from my CPH1920 using Tapatalk
  15. Thanks brother, I found a vid on YouTube on how to remove the steering wheel. So it's not too much more effort to get the blinker / wiper switch out? YouTube vid: Sent from my CPH1920 using Tapatalk
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