MANUAL BOOST CONTROL


MANUAL BOOST CONTROLLER w/DUAL PORT WASTEGATE



Installation Diagram:

To give you a visual of the hose connections for a Manual Boost Controller with Lindsey Racing Dual Port Wastegate set-up. The hoses in this diagram are "short" only to demonstrate the connections. The "enlargement" gives a clear picture of the arrow on the controller. The arrow ensures correct direction of air flow.

The pressurized air to the controller and wastegate are supplied by the banjo fitting on the hard pipe between the turbo and intercooler. This is the ideal location because it supplies the highest pressure available in the system since it's before restrictions where pressure drop comes into play like with the intercooler and throttle body.

When installing our MBC on a Dual Port Wastegate, we no longer use the factory boost controller known as the cycling valve / control valve. You can leave this under the intake manifold if you like but we do not run any hoses to it for our new wastegate and controller. There is one hose that runs from the cycling valve to the "J" boot just in front of the turbocharger inlet. We want to plug or cap off this hose. Whether you leave the cycling valve plugged in or un-plugged is not important.

When adjusting the controller on this set-up, you adjust the knob "clockwise" to raise the boost level, and "counter-clockwise" to lower it.

The wastegate in this picture is a Lindsey Racing Dual Port Wastegate. If this was a TIAL brand wastegate, the lines at the wastegate would be reversed. Side is now top, and top is now side. This is done because the valve travels in the opposite direction.

MANUAL BOOST CONTROLLER w/SINGLE PORT WASTEGATE



Installation Diagram:

To give you a visual of hose connections for Manual Boost Controller with Single Port Wastegate. The hoses in this diagram are "short" only to demonstrate the connections. The "enlargement" gives a clear picture of the arrow on the controller. The arrow ensures correct direction of air flow.

Whether the Factory wastegate, or Clubgate or our Dual Port used as a Single Port, you would only have one hose running to the top center of the wastegate.

The pressurized air to the controller and wastegate are supplied by the banjo fitting on the hard pipe between the turbo and intercooler. This is the ideal location because it supplies the highest pressure available in the system since it's before restrictions where pressure drop comes into play like with the intercooler and throttle body.

When installing our MBC on a Single Port Wastegate, we no longer use the factory boost controller known as the cycling valve / control valve. You can leave this under the intake manifold if you like but we do not run any hoses to it for our new wastegate and controller. There is one hose that runs from the cycling valve to the "J" boot just in front of the turbocharger inlet. We want to plug or cap off this hose. Whether you leave the cycling valve plugged in or un-plugged is not important.

When adjusting the controller on this set-up, you adjust the knob "counter-clockwise" to raise the boost level, and "clockwise" to lower it.

MANUAL BOOST CONTROLLER w/DUAL PORT WASTEGATE



Installation Diagram:

To give you a visual of the hose connections for a Manual Boost Controller with Lindsey Racing Dual Port Wastegate set-up. The hoses in this diagram are "short" only to demonstrate the connections. The "enlargement" gives a clear picture of the arrow on the controller. The arrow ensures correct direction of air flow.

The pressurized air to the controller and wastegate are supplied by the banjo fitting on the hard pipe between the turbo and intercooler. This is the ideal location because it supplies the highest pressure available in the system since it's before restrictions where pressure drop comes into play like with the intercooler and throttle body.

When installing our MBC on a Dual Port Wastegate, we no longer use the factory boost controller known as the cycling valve / control valve. You can leave this under the intake manifold if you like but we do not run any hoses to it for our new wastegate and controller. There is one hose that runs from the cycling valve to the "J" boot just in front of the turbocharger inlet. We want to plug or cap off this hose. Whether you leave the cycling valve plugged in or un-plugged is not important.

When adjusting the controller on this set-up, you adjust the knob "clockwise" to raise the boost level, and "counter-clockwise" to lower it.

The wastegate in this picture is a Lindsey Racing Dual Port Wastegate. If this was a TIAL brand wastegate, the lines at the wastegate would be reversed. Side is now top, and top is now side. This is done because the valve travels in the opposite direction.

MANUAL BOOST CONTROLLER w/SINGLE PORT WASTEGATE



Installation Diagram:

To give you a visual of hose connections for Manual Boost Controller with Single Port Wastegate. The hoses in this diagram are "short" only to demonstrate the connections. The "enlargement" gives a clear picture of the arrow on the controller. The arrow ensures correct direction of air flow.

Whether the Factory wastegate, or Clubgate or our Dual Port used as a Single Port, you would only have one hose running to the top center of the wastegate.

The pressurized air to the controller and wastegate are supplied by the banjo fitting on the hard pipe between the turbo and intercooler. This is the ideal location because it supplies the highest pressure available in the system since it's before restrictions where pressure drop comes into play like with the intercooler and throttle body.

When installing our MBC on a Single Port Wastegate, we no longer use the factory boost controller known as the cycling valve / control valve. You can leave this under the intake manifold if you like but we do not run any hoses to it for our new wastegate and controller. There is one hose that runs from the cycling valve to the "J" boot just in front of the turbocharger inlet. We want to plug or cap off this hose. Whether you leave the cycling valve plugged in or un-plugged is not important.

When adjusting the controller on this set-up, you adjust the knob "counter-clockwise" to raise the boost level, and "clockwise" to lower it.