Apexi AVC-R Electronic Boost Controller Set-up procedure. Introduction. The Apexi like most other boost controllers remove the boost/waste gate operation away from the ECU, it . Top EBV hose to NC. Here is a link to the AVC-R Manual Link. View and Download APEXi Super AVC-R instruction manual online. Super AVC- R Automobile Accessories pdf manual download. View and Download APEXi Super AVC-R instruction manual online. SUPER ACTUATOR VALVE CONTROLLER TVPE-R. Super AVC-R Controller pdf manual.

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To control the boost more accurately and reliably. Better turbo response and ability to monitor thing you really know noting about. Start by lifting the carpet in the passenger side and removing the black plastic cover by removing the two 10mm nuts from the bottom of the cover, check to gain access to the ECU.

Put the car up on and remove the right front tire and the plastic fender. As shown in the picture, decease run the wires through the orange grommet to the engine compartment, using a coat hanger to fish it through the grommet.


Cut the two connectors from the stack of wires to make it easier to route the wires through the grommet and later solder and heat shrink them back together. Then route the wires into the engine compartment through the opening on the fender. Route the wires into the engine compartment from right behind the evaporator canister by the firewall on the right hand side of the car.


You can also connect the pressure sensor to its harness, which you’ve just pulled through the firewall. Cap both VSV and the bottom of the Wastgate actuator total of 2 caps. Tie wrap the caps securely. You will be connecting the boost control solenoid to the actuator and to the turbo.

How to Install and Tune an AVC-R Boost Controller

Try to locate the solenoid as close to the waste-gate actuator as possible and use the least amount of vacuum hose as possible. Once, you located a spot for the solenoid, securely attach is using the supplied 4 screws and the rubber base to dampen the vibration. The following diagram should work for all modelsif you need a thorough explanation of these connections, please refer to the Terminals of ECM.

These connections should give you correct readings for all the monitors: Just note that the injector duty reading is irreverent in boost control, as opposed to the importance of proper RPM readings to control boost. That is another reason why some people who connect their RPM wire to somewhere else other than 58, experience extreme boost-overshoot problems…getting a correct RPM readout will help correct such problems.

Once you are done connecting the ECU, replace the ECU cover and run the wires going to the head-unit toward the bottom of the black plastic ECU cover where there is an opening and replace the two 10mm bolts. Start off by keeping it simple, and learn to get the hang of it first before you start to play with anything else.

First start off by reseting the unit. Many have often complained that their AVC-R does not save their new settings. This is perfectly normal in some cases, and it is NOT a result of mis-wiring.

Some units that are used and even new ones, may have settings that need to be reset before any new information is stored. That is why it is highly recommended that you reset your unit after it’s first initial installation, regardless if it is brand new, or manyal.


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Now adjust your car’s settings. This will allow the monitors to get proper readings. Now pick a setting, A or B Pretty much works like presets on a radio. Not all cars are the same, the Duty Cycle may vary depending on the different mods you have on your car. Let’s say that you also wanted to run 1. Now run the car hard, and try to hit max boost. If the displayed boost level is below 1. If the displayed boost level is above 1.

Do this ’til you get it just right…and hit 1. Apply the same technique for all other boost settings.

If you want to run lower boost, the Duty Cycle will have to be lower, and high boost it’ll have to be higher, vice versa. Again, Duty Cycle varies on different cars, but always try a lower Duty Cycle, and work your way up.

As you learn the unit’s functions and capabilities, mmanual will eventually master it…but start off simple. Wasn’t so hard, was it? Manuak here for advertising information. The main page features opinions and helpful articles from many Supra owners.

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