Boost Controllers

Are you tired of dealing with your race car’s turbo lag, or do you want to achieve more boost? If your answer is yes to any of the above questions, you should consider getting an aftermarket boost controller here at CarMods Australia.

We at CarMods Australia have been selling turbo-car mods for many years, and we supply to all Australian towns, so count on us to meet all your boost controller Australia needs. 

To keep the boost pressure in turbo engines in check, automakers include wastegates controlled by a car’s engine management system. When the optimum mapped boost pressure is reached, the wastegate, which is positioned just before the turbine in engines with internal wastegates, opens to relieve exhaust pressure. This keeps the turbine from spooling up more boost. This may sound like a good thing, but it causes unsteady power peaks and turbo lag which can be frustrating when trying to achieve quicker lap times on the track. That’s where a boost controller comes in. It intercepts the boost pressure signal from your ECU to the wastegate actuator and delivers better control of the valve that opens the wastegate. It enables the engine to maintain full boost for longer without exceeding the engine’s mechanical limits. An aftermarket boost controller like the ones we have will also match the amount of boost produced with the throttle position, which will result in a quicker throttle response. 

Explore Our Range of Boost Controllers in Australia

CarMods Australia has a wide range of mechanical and electronic boost controllers for classic and modern turbocharged engines. They are made by top-rated auto part manufacturers who prioritize quality and efficiency in their products, so you are unlikely to have any issues with them. If you need guidance on which boost controller Australia to choose for your custom turbo engine build, call our modding specialists at (07) 5649 8778. 

Frequently Asked Questions 

Of what benefit is a boost controller?

It delivers a more uniform throttle response, eliminates turbo lag, and enables an engine to run at full boost for longer. 

 

Which is better - a manual or electronic boost controller?

It depends on what you want. If durability and ease of use are important, get a mechanic boost controller. A mechanic boost controller offers better functional reliability because it has no moving parts and is not dependent on electricity. On the other hand, an electronic boost controller may not be as durable, but it offers a more reliable boost curve.    

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