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    Default Dual stage boost controller/ drag radials

    Anyone have a used dual stage boost controller for sale? I'm also looking for drag radials that are 275/40/17 or something a little smaller for a 17" wheel. I wanted to check here before i order new so PM or post what you have. Thanks!

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    manual boost controller?

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    You don't need a dual stage controller with real tires haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 05OrangeSS View Post
    You don't need a dual stage controller with real tires haha.
    I don't see what's so funny about me wanting to lower boost in 1st and 2nd? I would like to autoX this year also and it would be nice to have a low boost tune without flashing it with HPT.

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    So wouldn't you need some kind of EBCS such as a grimspeed if you want lower boost for first and second? A manual boost controller setup doesn't seem appropriate for what you just said you wanted to do.

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    It would be a push button switch that i would hit going into 3rd. ZZP's lnf boosts 20psi in 1st and 2nd then switches to 28psi for 3rd for the rest of the 1/4 mile and they said it works great.

    Something like this http://www.google.com/products/catal...ed=0CHcQ8wIwAg

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    Why would you want a push botton switch for something like autox? Your hands are going to be busy enough as it is, slaving over that switch seems like a bad idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robftw View Post
    Why would you want a push botton switch for something like autox? Your hands are going to be busy enough as it is, slaving over that switch seems like a bad idea.
    I would just hit it once so it's on low boost for autox lol. Switching it on the fly would be for drag racing and spirited street driving.

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    I have an old school Dejon tool one. Never been installed. I'll sell it really cheap. Say $20. It's not pretty but will do the trick. You just wire the solenoid to a toggle switch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carbonfiberhooded View Post
    I have an old school Dejon tool one. Never been installed. I'll sell it really cheap. Say $20. It's not pretty but will do the trick. You just wire the solenoid to a toggle switch.

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