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School me on electronic boost controllers

My current power curve gives me to much power 3,000 - 4,500 RPMs. I thought that a electronic boost controller might be the cure, allowing me to lower boost 3,000 - 4,500 rpms, and increase it 4,500 - 6,000 RPMs.

But after reading some things I began to get confused. My car is mostly a street car. It seems like boost controllers are more geared towards the track, where you are going to go from a launch and run through the gears.

Can a boost controller be used on the street, where at anytime you might want to go WOT, you will have a controlled boost curve?


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Wire up the boost controller to a WOT micro-switch so it only activates at WOT and turns off when coming off WOT.


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OK what feature would I be looking for in a controller for something like that? Just one that has an external trigger?
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Nlr power and control boost control.look them up.
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Eboost2 can be set up with boost-by-gear if this helps ya.

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