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Hey guys. I did do a search, but didn't really come up with what I'm looking for. However, I am in the market for a boost controller, and I was wondering if you guys had any input as to which one to purchase. I have two in mind, but wanted to get some opinions on both. I am looking at the Apexi AVC-R and the Greddy Profec B Spec 2. I'm really leaning towards the AVC-R because of the specs compared to the Profec. Can you guys give me some input please? My apologies for the n0ob question!! Thanks! :cool:
 

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The Profec B 2 is really user friendly. It's very straight forward, easy to use, and looks clean and nice. As long as it does its job fine, what else do you really need from a bc?
 

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im feeling nice today so the three popular choices are the profec b 2, hks evc, and blitz sbc. i believe the EVC (definitely the sbc) are dual solenoid which allows for quicker boost response and spool, as i was told. one feature i love about the sbc-id is the built-in warning. you can set it to a max limit and if ur car spikes to that desired level, it will stop it before going past it. also, it can be used along with its power meter and control boost based on speed. thats another 200 or so bucks. hope this helps. and you may want to try to search harder before the other guys chime in. this has been discussed several times before.
 

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the boost controlers that come with a standalone... awe SO many options! speed based boost...... yum
 
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i have the Blitz sbc id on my turbo prelude and had it on another integra. I love it. about the best youll find. I got a used profec B2 for my Supra I have yet to install but have tuned cars with it and it is also a great, reliable controller. either one.... depends on your budget
 

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I have the HKS EVC and the throttle response is great. However, the annoying thing is: there are just dials with numerical values that really don't correspond to boost levels, you need a boost gauge to calibrate them. I miss my old boost gauge where I could just dial in the boost, and actually have an electronic meter on it as well.
 
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