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Old 01-24-2007, 10:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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EBC broken- what manual Boost controller should i get

My greddy EBC took a crap so im lookin for a Manual boost controller to use while my ebc is taking 4 Months to be warranteed. My other question is i want it to be one that can be used on a 2007 subaru WRX as well. So when i get my EBC back my friend can have my manual boost controller to use on his car and i know most boost controllers can be used on any turbo car. Thanks guys. MIKE
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Forge UNOS MBC is the best for the Evo and is $85. I do not know if it will work on a WRX, but maybe. I thought Subies preferred to control boost through the tune/flash. Many of the local Subie guys say MBCs are a big no-no on their cars due to the ECU behavior. May not be the case with that particular WRX, though, but I thought I'd throw it out there...





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uhhh, boost controllers are usually completely universal. Any boost controller itself will work on both of those cars, but the Suby might not respond as well, as Warrtalon mentioned.
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I have an Hallman MBC and I have had nothing to comlain about. The MBC works very well...( once you put the heavy spring in that is. )
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I've ran the Dejon Tool for over a year with no complaints. Cheap and works like a charm;
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