Turbosmart e-Boost2 Boost Controller 60 psi
Electronic Boost Controllers
Winner of the Global Press Award at the 2007 SEMA Trade Show, e-Boost2 allows the user to control, monitor, map and compensate boost. But e-Boost2 is a lot more than just a boost controller - it can also control water spray, methanol or nitrous injection, manage shift/warning lights and read/monitor RPM. The e-Boost2 has been effectively controlling up to six stages of boost by gear, boost by rpm, boost by time, and more, all the way up to 60 psi for over a decade. All in a self-contained gauge pod, with an overboost shutdown to keep your motor safe from harm. While e-Boost2 is fitted with a state-of-the art software, it has been designed to be easy and logical to use. Now standard with 60psi max boost operating pressure, e-Boost2 is a second generation complete Boost Management System. With market-leading features and and state-of-the-art software, e-Boost2 is the one accessory all owners of turbocharged cars should have! Easy to use, yet sophisticated and technologically advanced, the e-Boost2 is equally at home in a street-going vehicle as it is in a top-level race car.Supplied with: Solenoid, Wiring Loom, and Hoses and Hose Fitting Kit.
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