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Does Anyone Have Pics Of Where To Fit A Boost Controlla?


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if you dont wana spend much, turbosmart dual stage.. for electronic, blitz sbc id III or something like that or greddy profec b spec 2

i installed mine in my engine bay and controller on the steering column

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  • 5 months later...
potentially stupid question, but is it possible to install a manual bc (t-piece) in a location that isn't easily visible once you pop da hood? i was told by magic performance that it could.

You can run the tubing to the cabin if you want, you're only limited by how much tubing you've got.

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You can run the tubing to the cabin if you want, you're only limited by how much tubing you've got.

i thought so. when i got it installed i asked the mechanic to install it in a stealth location (it was installed in plain sight in the engine bay). perhaps i should have been more specific when i said 'stealth location' :thumbsup:

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lol @ that comment... Cops probs wont know what it is half the time anyway. Only worry is if you get sent to defect station!!! but then you can just rip it out i guess. They would probably find a 'stealth location' boost controller if it went for an inspection anyway.

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