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And any input is appreciated....

I have a single 106mm with a single 60mm gate. I have manifold pressure plumbed to the bottom of the gate and to the bov. I have a 2 lb spring in the gate and I have a adjustable regulator for compressed air to the top (which will be c02 and a boost controller)

Am I correct in thinking that if I add 1lb of air to the top of the gate that I will get apporx. 3lbs of boost and if I add 10lb to the top of the gate that I will get 12lbs of boost? Is it linear, or does it take a ton of air pressure to overcome the gate?

I dont have a air pressure guage on the regulator? Should I add one?

This is a blow thru deal and any pointers are much appreciated!!!

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Depends on back pressure in the hotside. Most back pressure more pressure to control the gate.

What kind of boost controller?
 

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I am going to use the msd unit once its in the car. but for the dyno im just going to use the regulator with compressed air on it
 

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? I guess no one here Dynos their shit
Robert's statement pretty much answered your question...

Robert1320 said:
Depends on back pressure in the hotside. Most back pressure more pressure to control the gate.
 

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Better be ready for 4000HP:rolleyes:


If it was me on the dyno I would up the spring pressure and not use a controller..maybe a bleeder feeding the gate and just use boost pressure to control gate.I would keep it simple on the dyno.
 
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