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    Correct boost level's for gsi

    Can anyone tell me the correct boost level's for a standard mapped gsi.

    Mine is overboosting to about 0.8 bar and holding about 0.5/0.6 bar. I have read on zlet.com that it should hold about 0.85 bar but seems to be a few people saying that holding 0.6/0.7 bar is correct for standard.

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    Anyone? Really trying to set actuator up and achieve standard boosts.

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    0.8 bar is 11.6 psi and 0.6 is 8 psi. i would say thats the correct boost levels for a standard map.

    iv got stage 1 my overboost is 16/17 psi and hold 14/15 psi which is one 1.0 bar
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    So overboosting to 0.8bar and holding at 0.6bar is correct m8?

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    Yes. . .
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    Cheers guys for ya help, really appreciate it :-)

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    no problems
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    2000rpm 0.6 bar / 8.7psi
    2500rpm 0.6 bar / 8.7psi
    3000rpm 0.6 bar / 8.7psi
    3500rpm 0.6 bar / 8.7psi
    4000rpm 0.5 bar / 7.25 psi
    4500rpm 0.45bar / 6.5 psi
    5000rpm 0.5 bar / 7.25 psi
    5500rpm 0.55bar / 7.98psi
    6000rpm 0.6bar / 8.7psi
    6500rpm 0.55bar / 7.98psi


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    Quote Originally Posted by nyzrox View Post
    2000rpm 0.6 bar / 8.7psi
    2500rpm 0.6 bar / 8.7psi
    3000rpm 0.6 bar / 8.7psi
    3500rpm 0.6 bar / 8.7psi
    4000rpm 0.5 bar / 7.25 psi
    4500rpm 0.45bar / 6.5 psi
    5000rpm 0.5 bar / 7.25 psi
    5500rpm 0.55bar / 7.98psi
    6000rpm 0.6bar / 8.7psi
    6500rpm 0.55bar / 7.98psi


    Does mine sound like its boosting right then for standard map?

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    Why is the boost not standing at forexample 0,6bar all the time insted if jumping up and down?

    Seems that this is correct for my car..

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