The original EVC released in was the first commercially available electronic boost controller, and revolutionized the aftermarket industry. The new EVC also offers a selectable kPa or PSI unit of measure, and a unique warning feature where if over boosting occurs, boost pressure can be programmed to drop to a user preset level. The new target boost setting and volume knob with three button user interface makes setup and tuning intuitive and simple. The design of the new EVC features a sleek black case with a clear acrylic faceplate and a positive lit LCD display offering a sophisticated look. Speed signal input enables the boost control with the speed.
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Basic performance as a boost controller is the same as EVC6. More precise correction is possible for modern smaller sized turbo. Monitor Navigation System easily leads the user to the correct setting and logging screens. The proven Stepping Motor is utilized as a valve unit. Speed signal input enables the boost control with the speed. Input of the throttle signal and engine RPM or vehicle speed signals enables the boost control by a 3D map using 2 these signals as axes.
Boost pressure can be set in 3 different modes to use them for different conditions. The differences between the boost pressure set value and actual value can be offset in 3 different modes.
This ensures more precise setting. Select the type of a bar graph from the boost pressure, throttle angle, engine RPM and vehicle speed. If the boost exceeds the warning value, an audible beep and visible warning display notify the user. Also, the boost is lowered to the stock value or a preset value to prevents damage to the engine.
The bar graph displays the maximum value after it is reached. It can achieve easy instant recognition. Throttle position sensor signal input enables the boost control with the throttle angle. The maximum positive boost value is displayed for 3 seconds when the boost changes from positive pressure to negative pressure. Select appropriate exhaust bypass type from swing valve type or poppet valve type. Data can be locked with a password; it prevents data loss or inadvertent data changes.
Select the unit from kPa or PSI. The side of the buttons can be switched by flipping the monitor vertically.
HKS EVC 6 Manual
The EVC 3 came out in a Pro edition. It features negative yellow backlight, where the backlight is black, and the foreground is yellow. Also has 3 bar solenoid, speed-throttle duty tables. And somehow it works via powerwriter software. Stepping motors are used because they can handle higher boost levels and are quicker to react to various conditions, thus offering quicker boost response and higher stable boost levels throughout each gear.
HKS EVC 6 Electronic Boost Controller
Read this instruction manual prior to installation to ensure safe and correct usage and optimal product performance, Use Boost Controller- Automotive Turbocharged Engine Application Vehicle that operates on a DC 12V negative ground. Part No. Utilizing a stepping motor, it stimulates boost increase and attains the designated boost value without over-shooting. This product was developed to improve engine output and was designed to be used for racing in a closed circuit. To preserve engine performance, regularly monitor engine conditions before driving. Once EVC is turned off, the boost level returns to the baseline value.
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