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Old 09-08-2006, 08:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Question greddy B-Sped II EBC setings ???

Hey guys, I just got done installing my EBC unit. I wasnt so bad the hardest part was drilling through the firewall. I am looking for some advise on setting up the Greddy EBC. I took the car for a quick drive and set it up a little bit. I am aiming for 17-19 PSI to start off, then go from there. I havent messed with gain. I just got the boost up to 17 to 18 and set a 20 PSI limiter to avoid any trouble. Now I am basically here to just find out what other people have done to tune the EBC.
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Old 09-11-2006, 10:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I just played with a Greddy EBC last night. I mainly used the high boost to set it at 1.5 bar/21 psi. I had to turn down the gain, to I think it was the second dot, almost all the way down because the boost stated to studder/a little jumpy it I turned it up to the third dot.
evomrguy explained to me that turning up the gain makes the boost shoot up faster, but a little spikey, while turning it down makes for a smooth climb to the set boost (watch I said it backwards ).



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