Sometimes, you need to turn OFF a system at a certain boost pressure. For example, let's say you're using nitrous oxide only to spool a big turbo. A small 50hp shot will get the turbine wheel spinning. Then, this switch deactivates the spray at up to 7psi positive manifold pressure. The result is a safe but very muscular torque curve that feels like a far bigger engine.
On the other hand, if you need to turn something ON at a certain boost level, then see our popular Boost Trigga. Or, to automate complex switching with a modern programmable controller, look no further than the mighty Cortex EBC.
|Max Amp Load
|Max Pressure Setting
|Normally Open / Closed