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    perrin ebcs pro review

    hello all today i present you with the perrin ebcs pro ta da!!
    as you can see the quality is very nice. very good product.
    i also like that it is round rather then the squarish mac valve type ebcs you usually see being sold.stupid reason to like something i know but thats ok^_^

    as for performance it holds boost alot better,its kinda hard describe it just feels smoother and more controlled especially in the top end..turbo feels like it spools alot sooner but it could be a crazy placebo effect.
    i feel like this mod would help guys that are catless alot.
    mine is catless and boost was all sorts of weird it'd spike sometimes and if it got cold it'd over boost which was very frustrating

    but with this ebcs its very consistent weather hot or cold which is awesome especially for all us that get to enjoy cold winters. im very satisfied.i paid 110 brand new i believe normal retail without shipping is 130.
    i believe this will be even more use full after the new turbo comes
    anyways any questions let me know i also have provided a data-log just in case you were curious
    it is a 3rd gear 2500 to red line pull
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...0x1MkpHZGFlZGc



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    Re: perrin ebcs pro review

    A lot of tuners prefer the Perrin over the GS/GM EBCS... supposedly easier to tune.

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    it seemed pretty easy for him didnt have any hiccups at at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    A lot of tuners prefer the Perrin over the GS/GM EBCS... supposedly easier to tune.
    I've heard that as well.

    A good 3-port EBCS can be a nice complement to a car when properly tuned. I had a pretty tough time getting all I could out of it personally.

    As far as the 'placebo' effect goes, some of it may be, some may not. You should spool a good bit harder when properly tuned (in between wastegate spring pressure and target boost). You may also see a flatter boost curve. Could even be your tuner pushed the boost up a bit higher in the mid range for some extra torques.

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