no idea and don't care. i paid too much $$ for this car to do a risky mod like that. the computer pulls boost and timing when it detects knock, so if you are using a manual boost controller, how does the computer pull boost away if it starts knocking?!?
Here's a bit more constructive advice:<p>Send an IM Boosted S60R. He's one of the experts on this.<p>Blot may be able to help to. Johann is also pretty knowledgeable and should be able to give you good answers. <p>There are others, but I haven't gotten time to think of them.
<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD><i>Quote, originally posted by <b>p0cket penguins</b> »</i></TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">can you put a manual boost controller on an s60r. i would think it would just into limp mode. </TD></TR></TABLE>Yes a boost controller can be used on the car to raise the boost a little over stock but with out a flash or piggy back the stock ecu will not allow more then about 17psi which is a gain from stock but not all that is capable from a flash and so on.