Turbosmart Reviews

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5 of 5
Exactly as described
Exactly as described. Cheapest price I could found. Installed on a 1998.5 24 valve cummins. Installation was very easy. Being it is a universal kit it doesn't have vehicle specific installation manuals. So you would have to look up a wiring diagram for your rig to figure out what wire to tap into for the Acceleration Pedal Position Sensor. Other than that it was a straight forward install. I would buy again any day and would recommend to anyone with turbo surge problems, or just wanting the blow off sound. Thanks CARiD!
WPosted by William (Stella, NC) / April 26, 2014
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5 of 5
Don't look any farther, get this controller!
With my lastest round of upgrades to my Turbo Charged Chevy Camaro, I wanted programmable boost levels based on what I was doing at the time and I wanted to do it on the fly. Well, after checking around the Turbosmart eBoost2 was the most highly recommended product and they weren't wrong. This device makes setting your boost levels a simple process that you can do inside the car, and without cranking a knob like manual controllers. Besides the ability to set up 6 different "change on the fly" programs, you can also monitor max boost, max rpm, and real time boost and RPM. Setting up the controller was very simple, as well as installing the unit. Turbosmart provides easy to read instructions and when I had a question I couldn't figure out, I called their customer service department and got an instant answer that was correct. That's great product support! Besides easy setup, the unit has a light sensor for dimming and brightness that works perfect in all lighting situations. Even with the top down in my car, I can easily see the display in sunlight. At night, the dimming sets the unit to a comfortable level. The only downside to the whole controller is it's size. At 60mm, it doesn't fit the small gauge pods. I ended up having to use a hole saw bit to open up a whole in a replaceable panel. Not a big problem since that panel I drilled the hole into is under $70 from Chevy.
NPosted by Noel (Monterey Park, CA) / June 5, 2014
2011 Chevy Camaro
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