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Dial in that boost! Get The Grimmspeed Evo X EBCS 3-Port @ DSG Performance.com!


The Most COMPLETE EVO BCS Ever Built, Period.

Only 109.99$ Shipped, Get yours here!





From the company:

The GrimmSpeed™ Mitsubishi EVO Boost Control Solenoid is designed to work with your factory computer (requires tuning). It will not reduce the life of your factory computer because it is designed to draw the same amount of power as the factory BCS but flows better and reacts faster. It plugs in and requires no splicing or soldering of resistors. With the included bracket you can bolt it in, plug in the connector, and start tuning for fast boost response, increased boost pressure and free up lots of power. Planning on returning the car to stock? Just reverse installation.

Why run an Electronic BCS over a Manual Boost Controller?
A MBC allows you to run higher than stock boost levels by preventing the wastegate from opening at its rated pressure. It does a great job at this but if boost is available under the MBC setting it will give you that full boost. So for instance, you set your MBC to 18psi because from 3000-6000rpm thats what you want. But then say you get detonation with 18psi when you are at 7000rpm unless you are below 16psi. With a MBC, you do not have this control so you are forced to run 16psi through the entire rev range. With an electronic boost controller you could run 18psi from 3000-6000 and 16psi at 7000rpm because you can tune the boost map in the ECU which will allow you to run the maximum amount of boost at every given rpm. This gives you more power throughout the range and better control. Revolutionizing the EVO boost solenoid market, we have created model specific install brackets that allow you to directly fit our Boost Solenoid into your EVO for a factory fit. No more Zip-tying! We give you the factory fitment you have been waiting for.

Staying with the OEM fitment theme, our Boost Solenoid uses a EVO style wiring harness so you can simply unplug your OEM solenoid and plug ours in. No more cutting the oem wiring and crimping wires together!

Also new to the EVO boost solenoid market, we have used ultra low-profile hose fittings to keep the unit as small and clean as possible. The hose fittings are nickel plated brass so you don't have to worry about them snapping off like the plastic hose fittings!




More Features:
  • Users can use AN fittings with the solenoid.
  • MAC Valve has completely custom made the valve for us(only MAC valve on the market to be custom made for automotive tuning use).
  • Specifically designed by GrimmSpeed™ to work safely with the factory EVO ECU (requires tuning) and to reliably handle the vibrations and temperatures of your engine bay!
  • The only direct “bolt in” design for the EVO. Direct bolt in mounting bracket and hardware included! (specify which model before ordering)
  • Faster response and greater flow than any other valve out there. (by more than 10%!)
  • Nickel plated brass fittings. (unlike the competitors failure prone plastic fittings)

Questions? Comments? Post them up below!
 

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Hey Sean,

I've PM'd and emailed you with no response. Do you carry theses GS 3-ports with the Evo X specific bracket? You sent me one with the IX bracket and I would like the correct bracket.


Thanks.
 

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are these only recommended when tuning? i cant just install one without tuning correct?
 

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are these only recommended when tuning? i cant just install one without tuning correct?

Good question!

The installation of a EBCS does indeed require a tune, installing without a custom tune is NOT recommended and can be harmful to your engine. But with a custom tune, Mmmm mmm good. ;)
 

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so if i buy this ebc, do i need to get any extra hoses to hook up to it, or can i just disconnect the hoses to the stock controller and plug them into the new one?
in short can i just bolt this on (i know i need a tune) or do i need other pieces to make it work/hook-up properly
 
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