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Old 05-20-2009, 12:14 AM
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Default Boosting up with a manual boost controller..

Dear friends,

Im from Malaysia. and i just got myself an Audi A4 B8 (1.8T). I hope its a good buy. for me , hell yeah its a good buy. The thing is, i dont have any friends who are using a B8, since there are quite number of B8 users in this forum, i thought of raising up a question regarding boosting up the car.

My car's milege is around 5k, and im planning to install a manual boost controller by the brand Turbo Smart. I heard the current stock boost is 0.8bar. Im planning to up the boost to extra 0.3 bar, so that would be 1.1 bar after boosting it up.

My biggest worry is , would there be any problem ? will it be safe to boost up to that level? and would it effect my ecu or electronics? And if its safe, how many horsepower would i gain?

Your kind feedback is truly appreciated. Im stuck and lost in Malaysia without any B8 members. So i hope you guys could advice me.

Thank you
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