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When it does blow off you will be needing new headgaskets :p
As I posted a couple pages back I had this happen on methanol.
The boost was at 30 # / 8000 rpm.
I was datalogging at the time and the datalog was very interesting.
I was running closed loop and when the hose blew off the VE table went flatlined at 101 KPA.
As it went lean the ECU added 25% fuel to compensate but it still messed up a couple pistons and started to push out the copper head gaskets.
This was a minor meltdown in my book as far as meltdowns go,
 

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As I posted a couple pages back I had this happen on methanol.
The boost was at 30 # / 8000 rpm.
I was datalogging at the time and the datalog was very interesting.
I was running closed loop and when the hose blew off the VE table went flatlined at 101 KPA.
As it went lean the ECU added 25% fuel to compensate but it still messed up a couple pistons and started to push out the copper head gaskets.
This was a minor meltdown in my book as far as meltdowns go,
Completely eliminate the possibility of it ever happening again by eliminating the damn hose!

These can be screwed directly into your manifold.

Factory type MAP sensors belong on low boost factory type cars!...:-D

 
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