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Old 06-24-2015, 03:36 PM   #1
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How much boost pressure are you tuned guys seeing through the rev range as far as the turbo maintaining a certain PSI? What about peak boost pressure?
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I have personally seen on several tunes ecoboosts (SCT w/ 5 star custom tuning) 18 on full load (up from 13-15 stock). I don't know about the difference between the "rev range" but I would venture to guess it isn't much different unless under load in which case it increases faster with a higher max.
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For a performance tune you will see spikes into the 20's. But boost will sit around 17-18 psi.

Across the rpm range you will see from 230kpa to 210kpa absolute pressure (since that is the value that is datalogged it is easier for me to remember).
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Yes, most of them are around 17-18 at redline, with some spikes to 22 when it spools up.
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