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post #1 of 11 Old 12-31-2011, 06:09 PM Thread Starter
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Correct Boost with CTS?

Okay so I have read that when tuned the CTS/ CS doesnt read the true boost. Who has any actual knowledge on this I want to know if I should add a boost gauge tapped into the intake elbow or not. I have a powermax as well so I would really like to know what my true boost is. I have heard some people say that the tune writers tweek this so the computer thinks otherwise.

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No one has any insight on this???

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When you are tuned. Your tuner basically writes a boost cooler into the system... So yes your boost numbers will be in-accurate, unless
Whoever writes your tune, writes the tune to prevent boosting above "x" lbs's and that "x" is under fords safe boost level an will allow it to read correctly .


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Mine reads pretty true to the factory. I'm running the SRL.

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Mine reads pretty true to the factory. I'm running the SRL.
they both read off the map is why.

To get a correct boost number you need a gauge tapped in the intake elbow.

all 3 of my 6.0s peak at 29psi with the factory gauge/edge reading. Aftermarket gauge keeps going.


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Okay thats what I thought. I dont know what it is but I can never get that much boost with my SRL, stock turbo or powermax. I told matt im not studded, but I would think I should make more than 26. I know with my stocker I could hit 28. Im 99% sure everthing is working right. I dont know if being sea level has anything to do with it. Anyways back to my topic, Im thinking of getting another CTS pressure sensor and mounting it in my intake elbow, that way I can measure both on my CTS and see the two side by side and see what the difference is.

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Mine tapped into my intake elbow reads within 1 psi of my reading on my Insight CS.

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Quick question! I have my boost gauge ran to my hose running to my intake manifold is that an accurate read or should i move it to my intake manifold?

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I would put it in the intake elbow. Even your map is reading the correct boost "T-ing" off on the map causes some guys gauge needle to flutter.

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yup mine flutters and it is in the tube going to the manifold

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