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  • Redline Boost Bypass w/ Boost Controller?

    http://www.redlineforums.com/forums/per ... ess-i.html

    yeah I'm jackingthis and linking to RLF, deal with it, I think this is worth it.

    basically (this is directed mainly at Linefire too) that guy Matt was semi right, but now I"m thinking can we do a bypass valve in line with the controller?

    I like this idea better though than the original one.
    -Vinny

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    http://www.redlineforums.com/forums/per ... -pics.html

    ^^^more detailed info

    I'd rather spread this info for the correct way rather than how people have been doing it.

    picture of unit installed:

    -Vinny

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    • #3
      Not bad macho, so now they can run more boost


      there is no problems w/ the intake charge getting way too hot??



      how about the A/F

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      <br />---Sometimes the choices that hurt the most are the right ones----

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      • #4
        it's not so much so they can run "more" but so that those with a smaller pulley can actually use the extra psi level as opposed to having it bled off by the stock bypass valve. there is talk of some of those guys turning the boost down a bit so that they can keep their a/f on the rich side possibly.
        -Vinny

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        • #5
          aaaaahhhhh


          I get it now

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          <br />---Sometimes the choices that hurt the most are the right ones----

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