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How to install the Haltech boost control solenoid by Matt. You will need a solenoid to control the boost with and Haltech can supply these rather cheaply. You will then see some settings to adjust.
If the boost limit is exceded the controller will switch back to stock boost levels. If you want to be able to adjust the boost levels without the laptop then you will need a trim adjuster from Haltech. It is a good idea at this point to power off the computer then on again to let it activate the PWM output. Now you have boost control via the Haltech. Basically if you selected to use Map1 this will have a single adjustment map. All the way counter-clockwise will give stock boost, all the way clockwise will give the boost set in Map1.
If you select to use Map2 then full counter-clockwise will be stock boost, middle position will be Map1 and full clockwise will be Map2. You can adjust the maps to wherever you want them, and you can turn the dial to anywhere you want and the computer will interpolate between maps, so it is a very finely adjustable system. The only thing it does not have is the actual boost values to enter due to the varying motors and solenoids that are used.
I hope this helps.
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