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    Variable boost controller?

    What VBC are you guys using? I have a Turbonetics but I am not satisfied with it. It seems to vary too much without adjusting. I would like to go electronic to gain cockpit adjustable but the prices I see make it unnecesary (>$250).'88 Dinan turbo M6
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    go Blitz or HKS.........both work well....but not cheap.....

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    Thanks, both look good, do you know anything>

    about Perrin?'88 Dinan turbo M6
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    Re: Thanks, both look good, do you know anything>

    HKS works very well..........what do you need to know??

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    Reliable & cockpit adjustable?

    '88 Dinan turbo M6
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    Re: Reliable & cockpit adjustable?

    Absolutely on both, all electronic boost controllers are cockpit installed and trust me after being a stalwart of the old tried and true mechanical "bleed" type controllers the boost response with the electronic type is INSTANT........no lag. Needless to say I'm a believer now.......

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