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Old 10-10-2007, 07:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Hallman pro mbc

I just put this boost controller in tonight and it works great spiked at 19 held 18-18.5 i'm not done i'll prolly turn it up to 21/20 or 22/21 but i had other things to do. up for hallman
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Great - much better than the TXS.





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yes for sure its much more accurate
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Okay i bought the hallman from my buddy and i believe the hallman pro only lets u go up 5psi over the wastegate, and that means i'm only gunna be able to boost up to 19 psi. So do i go and get a forge adjustable wastegate actuator to boost more ? Or what other options do i have?
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You can boost 22 safely but I say go get it tuned for the boost that you want. I am at 21 and falling to 19 and I have almost 50,000 on my turboVIII. You are burning rich and if you don't tune it it will just hurt you on profermance. So Flash your ECU and you will be much happier.

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Thats not what i was asking, i have the hallman mbc from my buddy and i believe the hallman pro only lets u go up 5psi over the wastegate, and that means i'm only gunna be able to boost up to 19 psi. So do i go and get a forge adjustable wastegate actuator to boost more? Or what other options do i have? I'm confused at how the tune will adjust my boost with boost control selonoid bypassed
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The Hallman Pro RX (ceramic ball) sounds like it's the one that only goes 5 lbs. over stock. Are you sure this is the one you have? If so they claim that there is a heavier spring that should have came with it. Did you get it from your buddy? Install the heavier spring and you can add more boost.
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I'm confused at how the tune will adjust my boost with boost control selonoid bypassed
Ususally the tune doesn't adjust your boost. That's why we use boost controllers. You set your boost first with the boost controller, then optimize the fuel and timing (tune it).



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Thanks i knew that a tune wouldn't fix boost, but i'll try and talk to hallman about it. My buddy said the heavier spring was in it which doesn't make sense
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Thanks i knew that a tune wouldn't fix boost, but i'll try and talk to hallman about it. My buddy said the heavier spring was in it which doesn't make sense
Listen carefully. You are burning rich straight from the factory, unless you get a tune you will not feel the extra boost. I was at the same plase you were at. My curves were way off. and it felt like it hit a wall at certain RPM's if you do increase the boost. I urge you to get it tuned it will make the car feel a hell of alot better. Also I was not sure about that MBC. Turbo is right tho.

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Old 10-11-2007, 07:13 PM   #10 (permalink)
 
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^^^That the hallman isn't a good choice or the turbo xs?
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