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Hello There,

I'm new to the board and I got a quick question.

Does anyone have or got a step by step on how to install a Power Enterprise Boost Controller/Gauge Combo?

remember also a picture is worth a thousand words. :laugh:
Your help will be appriciated.

Thank you.
 

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I've never installed one, but I can't imagine that it would require more connections then an EBC and boost gauge combined;
boost source,
to the wastegate,
power,
ground,
switched power...
Where in CA are you located?
 

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Van Nuys in the Valley 818 dude heehee how about you. I got the instruction I can follow some but wastegate all some stuff I dunno what the hell that is LOL LOL :D
 

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Van Nuys in the Valley 818 dude heehee how about you. I got the instruction I can follow some but wastegate all some stuff I dunno what the hell that is LOL LOL :D
I.E. baby! :laugh:
The wastegate is the round brass thingy connected to the turbo. It's a valve that controls a little door in the exhaust side and holds boost once a certain level is reached. But you "trick" it to stay closed with a boost controller, and you can raise your boost. Here's some pics of a MBC. The connections should be similar;
http://www.evotuners.net/forums/showthread.php?t=335
Use pin #25 for power, pin #26 for ground
http://www.roadraceengineering.com/evo/tech/EVO-ecuwiring.htm
For gauge lighting, I spliced into the ashtray light.
 

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I had one in my Evo. you need to run an extended power wire up to the positive battery terminal and there is plenty of cutting and splicing to do with this controller. I mounted mine on the underside of gray piece surrounding my guages. I ran one vacuum hose off the fuel refulator on the passenger side of the fuel rail, the other off nipple on the actuator.
There is a hole in the fire wall on the passenger side. Thats where I ran my wires through.
I have since taken mine out and switched to a Hallman
 
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