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Electronic Boost Controller

An electronic boost controller is an aftermarket device which car tuners attach to the car in order to control the amount of boost pressure provided by a turbo or supercharger.

The boost pressure is the amount of pressure created by the turbo/supercharger as it forces air into the engine.

When a car is built in the factory the boost setting is set at a certain limit.

Increasing this limit can help the engine generate more power, making the car faster.