seems too good to be true. I've got a 99' 9-3 with the T-5 so don't know if that will make a difference (probably not). I suppose with the point of reference (base boost) turned up, one has to be gentle with the throttle . . . meaning boost is not as smooth. I'll probably get into boost very easily. I imagine it will take some tinkering to find the best setup but I feel I have some room to play with. By this I mean that the way the car is set up now, I have to get into the throttle a bit to get into boost. Sound right?
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