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I picked up an OBDLink MX OBD2 scanner to see how it works on my V60(a bone stock 2015.5 T5 AWD). It is a bluetooth connected scanner, and seems like it works pretty well. I used it to read boost pressure just to see where the car is. It looks like as much as 13-14PSI at lower RPM/speeds, but at higher speeds was more in the 10 PSI range.

Are those boost ranges typical for what people are seeing on this engine? Is that 13PSI part of the "10 second overboost" I am seeing people mention on here?

I still don't have a service manual, so can anyone verify for me that the boost pressure is being read directly off what appears to be the MAP sensor on top of the intake manifold?

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Brad
 

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Good to know that it's calculated, thanks.

What do you think is causing yours to be calculated artificially high? Boost leak inflating the MAF readings?
 
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