im not sure but i get the feeling that the second turbo isnt spooling or its spooling late, any ideas on how i can tell this for sure?
couldnt agree more, the boost gauge is essential not only for making sure you arent under/over boosting, but as well as monitoring sequential operation. With the gauge, (if sequential) youll notice a quick dip in boost when the second turbo is coming online, then a burst back up to start peak boosting when the second turbo fully spools.MarksSupra33 said:Once you hit about 4500-4800, you should feel a sudden burst of power and that's your second turbo coming online. Sometimes mine comes on as early as 4k rpms.
If you're on sequential set-up, you'll know if it's coming on or not, believe me. But yes, get a boost gauge. It's the one thing I believe our cars SHOULD have come stock with.
Greddy with the black face lights up reverse green.shenofjo said:talking about boost gauges...which brand and model do u guys recommand for someone with reverse gauges??? it can turn blue or green. ANY SUGGESTION with pictures would be great!!!!
correct, and I only wanted something to fit in the stock clock location. How I stated it came out wrong, I meant he should get one that has a peak hold, not necessarily that he needs to get one that fits the stock clock location.MarksSupra33 said:^^^^ I think the only peak/holds from greddy come in 60mm, and thus won't be fitting in the stock clock location, unless you bore it out.