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Date: Wed, 20 Oct 2004 18:52:11 GMT
From: hohnospamlid.invalid (Goran Larsson)
Subject: Re: Manual Boost Control Valve Kick --why?

In article <Osxdd.33357$cN6.5454nospamread02>, 9-3Turbo <NoSpamnospamRS> wrote: > All I can say is I trust this guy a little more: moron Who is this guy "moron" that you trust? > 1) A link to an Saabnet-article by the most adamant MBC-prophet is not helping you. Be very suspicious about any information posted on Saabnet. Believing that a a simple leaking valve can control the turbo pressure better than the 32-bit processor in a Trionic box is stupid. The author of this article believes that it is possible to adjust his MBC valve to regulate the turbo pressure to sit just below the fuel cut-off limit and still keep the engine protected. At the same time the MBC will eliminate all problems with how the Trionic system handles the turbo. All this using only a small spring loaded valve. Believable? > 2) They are not going to tell you that their simple, but expensive, leaking valve is bad for your engine. You are free to use as many MBC-valves as you like, but they are still not good for the engine . Boosting to the end of the red sector is too much boost for a stock engine. -- G–ran Larsson

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