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Hi guys, from what I can see, it is only possible to set the boost level on a supercharger by altering the pulley sizes. This is clearly not dynamically alterable, so I guess the thing to do would be to set a fixed, max boost level with the pulley and then vent the excess pressure.

As the s/c is mounted downstream of the MAF, I'd guess you'd have to use a recirculating blow-off to regulate the pressure without distorting the A/F ratio?

So, my next question is, would it be possible to simply use the inbuilt bypass valve in the MP62 charger in the Greddy kit, and would a standard boost-controller (e.g. Profec) be able to control it? I suppose it might even allow an electrically controlled boost-disable feature for more efficient cruising.
 
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