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All brand new boost controllers for any turbo car, if you're local there's no shipping (anywhere in LA to Inland Empire area)....if not, then add shipping to all prices:

Greddy PRofec A - $467......List price is $595
Greddy PRofec B - $335 (Black)....List price is $420
Greddy PRofec B - $320 (Clear Blue)....List price is $399
Greddy T.V.V.C. - $195 (manual boost controller).....List price is $245.45

Apex'i AVC-R - $490....List price is $629

HKS EVC IV - $453....List price is $575
HKS EVC IV Silver - $470....List price is $599
HKS EVC Pro - $765....List price is $950
HKS EVC EZ - $300....List price is $395

Blitz SBC-iD II and Powermeter-iD II combo - $770
Blitz SBC-iD - $520....List price is $669
Blitz SBC-DC - $465...List price is $590
Blitz Dual SBC Type S - $320....List price is $390
Blitz Dual SBC Spec R - $421....List price is $530
 

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Can you tell me what exactly comes with the EVC EZ, including all hardware, wiring, etc. besides the head unit itself? Is it compatible on any vehicle, and is it hard to install? What are it's disadvantages compared to the other EVC models?

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This is from www.hksusa.com .....

"The EVC EZ is the most simplified version of HKS’ electronic boost controllers, but still utilizes the same proven stepping motor as the EVC IV and EVC PRO. With the same “state of the art” closed loop stepping motor, you are insured the same most accurate and stable boost levels possible. Boost pressure will rise faster and earlier in each gear and be maintained without fear of overboosting. The EVC EZ uses a retractable volume knob to adjust boost to the desired levels and a power switch to return the boost levels back to baseline/stock. Boost pressure can be adjusted up to 2.5bar (36.25psi) via the illuminated knob on the head unit. Just like the EVC IV and EVC Pro, the EVC EZ can be used with internal and external wastegate setups on both parallel and sequential twin turbo and single turbo applications. The EVC EZ offers the accuracy and consistency given by our electronic boost controllers, but with the simplicity of a manual boost controller. An external boost meter will be needed to calibrate the adjustment of boost pressure." - HKS


The EVC EZ has been discontinued so it might not be in stock, it is going to be replaced with the sweet new HKS EVC V (5). But it would include the head unit, stepping motor, Harness (head unit to stepping motor), Harness (Power and Ground), 4mm hose, 6mm hose, 4x4x4mm tee fitting, 4mm air filter, 6mm air filter, 6mm spring clamp, Splice connector, Double-Sided tape, M6 Hardware set, and tie wrap. It will work on all internal or external wastegate turbocharged cars. It is not hard to install if you know your motor (vaccum lines etc.). It does come with instruction manual, or you can refer to www.hksusa.com There are no disadvantages really, it uses the same stepping motor as the EVC Pro so you're getting the same performance out of it. It is however recommended to use an accurate aftermarket boost gauge.
 
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