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this question is for all Blitz SBCid or any boost controller owners...

Getting ready to instlal my Sbcid and I want to make sure Im doing it correctly... besides all the electrical connections...

the boost connectsions.. go like this.... one connection to turbo #1 compressor side vacuum line and another connection to brass actuator (the line that goes to the vsv valve)

correct.. any advice????
 

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SpdRcr0 said:
this question is for all Blitz SBCid or any boost controller owners...

Getting ready to instlal my Sbcid and I want to make sure Im doing it correctly... besides all the electrical connections...

the boost connectsions.. go like this.... one connection to turbo #1 compressor side vacuum line and another connection to brass actuator (the line that goes to the vsv valve)

correct.. any advice????
Yes, same as you would do for the Blitz DSBC, see the article at http://www.mkiv.com/techarticles/blitz_dsbc/index.html

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SBCid

I just got one of those for christmas and I am having it installed today? Are they pretty good? I am new to the Boost controller world and I wondering what kind of preformance diference I will see.

Also, will I stil need a fuel cut defender or will this boost Controller take care of that too?

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Bedwyr said:
I just got one of those for christmas and I am having it installed today? Are they pretty good? I am new to the Boost controller world and I wondering what kind of preformance diference I will see.

Also, will I stil need a fuel cut defender or will this boost Controller take care of that too?

thanks
You still need the fuel cut defender (take the Greddy BCC). IMHO the Blitz SBC-iD is even better than the Blitz DSBC especially in combination with the Power Meter. They look the part too.

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You still need the fuel cut defender (take the Greddy BCC). IMHO the Blitz SBC-iD is even better than the Blitz DSBC especially in combination with the Power Meter. They look the part too.

Flavio
Hey, Flavio, what is that coming out on the stalk below the Blitz stuff?
 

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looks like a neo mp3 juke box
 

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Hey, Flavio, what is that coming out on the stalk below the Blitz stuff?
Ranger, you're correct, from left to right:

Racelogic Traction Control LED
Racelogic Traction Control Dial
Racelogic Traction Control Launch Control button
Unused button for now
mStation (NEO35) MP3 wired remote display/control

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You still need the fuel cut defender (take the Greddy BCC). IMHO the Blitz SBC-iD is even better than the Blitz DSBC especially in combination with the Power Meter. They look the part too.

Flavio
Flavio

Is this true for the japan spec supra?

I tried to get it installed lastweekend at an AutoBaks, Where my girl friend bought it at, No go though. All they did was scratch thier heads and say "what kind of car is it"? Then they said I would have to make an appointment. They called me later saying I would need some sort of converter kit for it because I have twin turbos. Is this true? I don't think it is.

Plus they still took my manual out of my box, kept it with them (to study it I think). Now they say they did not open the box and don't have my manual.

All I have now is the Power Meter and exaust. Any Sugestions on what I should put in next, once I get this SBC installed?

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Flavio

Is this true for the japan spec supra?

I tried to get it installed lastweekend at an AutoBaks, Where my girl friend bought it at, No go though. All they did was scratch thier heads and say "what kind of car is it"? Then they said I would have to make an appointment. They called me later saying I would need some sort of converter kit for it because I have twin turbos. Is this true? I don't think it is.

Plus they still took my manual out of my box, kept it with them (to study it I think). Now they say they did not open the box and don't have my manual.

All I have now is the Power Meter and exaust. Any Sugestions on what I should put in next, once I get this SBC installed?

Thanks
I am pretty sure you would still need the Greddy BCC for a Japanese Supra, otherwise you will still have fuel cut.

You don't need a converter kit for your car.

If you follow the www.mkiv.com article for the Blitz DSBC you will have no problem fitting the SBC-iD. They are exactly the same installation wise.

The Power Meter only needs 12V, ground, ignition and a speed signal, so this should be easy as well.

I would strongly suggest a downpipe if you already have an exhaust.

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If you follow the www.mkiv.com article for the Blitz DSBC you will have no problem fitting the SBC-iD. They are exactly the same installation wise.

The Power Meter only needs 12V, ground, ignition and a speed signal, so this should be easy as well.

I would strongly suggest a downpipe if you already have an exhaust.

Flavio
Thanks for the input. After looking at the install guide for the DSBC I think I will do it myself. Looks amazingly simplistic. I thought It would be much harder than that.

Where did you mount your control unit?
 

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Bedwyr said:


Thanks for the input. After looking at the install guide for the DSBC I think I will do it myself. Looks amazingly simplistic. I thought It would be much harder than that.

Where did you mount your control unit?
See attached pic.

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