2.2 boost psi

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Hi Guys as title mentions what do they run ? talk to a patrol lover and he asked what psi boost does the 2.2 turbo run at. Lots mention tuning etc but nothing on changing boost pressure?
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Thanks Callan for the update. Spent a few hours search the net trying to find any info with no luck. Only thing I did find was that in some case it used a variable vain turbo but nothing about the psi boost.
 

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I’ve seen the boost pressure reading in TazerJL menu - I can check tomorrow, though I’m not sure if the reading is accurate...
 

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Hi Guys as title mentions what do they run ? talk to a patrol lover and he asked what psi boost does the 2.2 turbo run at. Lots mention tuning etc but nothing on changing boost pressure?
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Hi Joe,

Today I had a chance to drive my Jeep up the hills, and I turned on the boost pressure reading from my TazerJL . Well, of course it's dynamically changing, and from what I've seen the maximum boost I reached was around 23.2 psi. So most probably the 28 psi that @CallumJL mentioned is the maximum with OEM firmware...
 
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Thanks Marat for the up date appreciate it, Big difference to the 12 psi boost the mate patrol runs. Guessing it has a lot to do with the lower compression ratio.
 

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