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View Poll Results: What are your boost levels with V2
Boost gauge, stock, normal boost (15psi). 4 16.67%
Boost gauge, DP, normal boost (15psi). 1 4.17%
Boost gauge, exhaust, normal boost (15psi). 1 4.17%
Boost gauge, exhaust + DP, normal boost(15psi). 1 4.17%
Boost gauge, stock, 20+psi. 1 4.17%
Boost gauge, DP, 20+psi. 1 4.17%
Boost gauge, exhaust, 20+psi. 0 0%
Boost gauge, DP + exhaust, 20+psi. 2 8.33%
No gauge but no problems. 13 54.17%
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      11-13-2007, 10:14 PM   #1
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V2 boost level poll.

20+ PSI meaning under full throttle for a prolonged time.

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You dont understand the issue, its not one caused by the V2, maps will fix it and sensors need to be recalibrated for certain mods, stop pm'ing me about it it is nothing you should worry about.

IF YOU HAVE A STOCK CAR DO NOT WORRY ABOUT THE PSI ISSUE
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      11-14-2007, 12:55 AM   #3
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You dont understand the issue, its not one caused by the V2, maps will fix it and sensors need to be recalibrated for certain mods, stop pm'ing me about it it is nothing you should worry about.

IF YOU HAVE A STOCK CAR DO NOT WORRY ABOUT THE PSI ISSUE

Why are you running 20psi of boost?

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ps. oops... i voted wrong. Meant option 3, not 2.
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Why are you running 20psi of boost?

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ps. oops... i voted wrong. Meant option 3, not 2.
He's got the exhaust + DP.

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You dont understand the issue, its not one caused by the V2, maps will fix it and sensors need to be recalibrated for certain mods, stop pm'ing me about it it is nothing you should worry about.

IF YOU HAVE A STOCK CAR DO NOT WORRY ABOUT THE PSI ISSUE
Seems you don't understand the issue or are confused. Your issue may be because of your mods. Mine is not because I have no mods but you said your software was not reading correctly did you not? That puts you in the same boat as me.

Anyways only reason I made it was because there was a third person who had it, but turns out his was a bit different.




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15 psi for me.
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*****ed335BMWs-- You're getting 20psi of boost?? I wasn't even aware you had a v2 PROcede

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So uh should I start shopping for a boost gauge? I'm stock right now but am looking for a primary catback exhaust. I don't plan on getting DP's, a CAI or a FMIC.
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15 psi for me.
Are you running your custom map still?
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Are you running your custom map still?
No... he's running v2.0.2. He's one of our beta testers

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TTT, since another poll like this was just created....
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You needed choices, like in the other poll, for 15 - 20 PSI spikes.
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holy shit O-cha you still running 20 psi spikes...I thought they address the issue with you!!!!
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