This is Go Fast Bits latest iteration of an electronic boost controller that has the ability to monitor and display your engine's air/fuel ratio in either Lambda or AFR. By connecting the analog output of most wideband O2 controllers to the G-Force III's auxiliary input, you can toggle between boost pressure and air/fuel ratio display.
The latest iteration of GFB’s feature-packed electronic boost
controller now has the ability to monitor and display your engine’s
air/fuel ratio in either Lambda or AFR. By connecting the analogue
output of most wideband O2 controllers (i.e. Innovate LC-2, AEM UEGO
etc, sold separately) to the G-Force III’s auxiliary input, you can
toggle between boost pressure and air/fuel ratio display. Not only does
this save you from having to install a separate AFR gauge in your car,
it can also save your engine!
A lean mixture at high boost can destroy an engine in seconds, and a
stand-alone AFR gauge is next to useless when accelerating hard as your
concentration is likely to be (and should be!) on the road in front of
you. The G-Force III safeguards your engine against a lean mixture by
lowering boost to the minimum setting, and visibly warning you by
flashing the display lighting.
Whether your car is a daily driver or an all-out track weapon, the
G-Force III has the features to tailor boost to suit your needs. Set up
to 6 boost presets and select on the fly, use the scramble feature for
overtaking, launching, towing, or protecting the engine, and you can
even customize the lighting colour to suit your interior! No other EBC
on the market offers the features, control, ease of use, and value for
money like the G-Force III!
• for boost pressures up to 50psi (3.45bar, 345kpa)
• adjust peak boost, rise rate, and closed-loop correction
• display boost pressure in psi, bar, or kpa
• 6 boost presets, individually programmable
• unique “scramble” feature with remote switching
• peak boost recall
• air/fuel ratio display in afr or lambda (when connected to a wideband o2 controller)
• separately adjustable overboost and lean mixture warning/boost cut
• touch buttons with user selectable illumination colours
• auxiliary input to switch boost presets or activate scramble
• ½ din size casing, fits standard stereo slot
• supplied with mac 3-port solenoid
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Go Fast Bits - http://www.gofastbits.nl Go Fast Bits started back in 1997 designing, testing and developing GO FAST BITS. Today a wide range of innovative and high-quality blow-off valves, boost controllers, pulley kits and short shifters are available. All meticulously designed and manufactured from the highest grade materials. GO FAST BITS products are manufactured in Australia and GFB is constantly developing new and innovative products!
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What makes GFB blowoff valves different and better?
Our new TMS Turbo Management System don't throw your BOOST away but INCREASES IT BY up to 40%. GFB's Turbo Management System (TMS) parts offer multiple performance benefits over factory diverter valves. We looked at the concept named ‘blowoff valve’ and took this to a whole new level! Basically the main benefits are:
MORE POWER - BETTER RESPONSE - BETTER DRIVE ABILITY - GET THE SOUND OR NOT.
How to choose a BOV
With the vast range of GFB blow-off valves, questions rise 'Which blow-off valve is the best?' and 'Which blow-off valve should I use?'
The first question is easy to answer: There isn't actually a 'best' in terms of quality. All GFB blow-off valves use the same high-quality internal components. So, provided the right BOV is fitted for your particular vehicle, they all offer the same performance benefits of improved throttle response and reduced lag. The real question is: How do you select the valve for you?
The first step to decide on 'your' BOV, is whether or not you want to hear it, and if so, how much? The following chart lists the “noise ratings” of our blow-off valve range. The final decision will then be based on how much control you want over the blow-off volume level.
GFB boost controllers use a more consistent needle-valve bleed system, which brings boost on just as fast as any ball-and-spring system, and generally more quickly than a factory boost control system. On the productpages you can find a comparison of the GFB controller to other major brands, guess who wins this standoff? GFB!
A GFB boost controller will give you the added benefit of not only being able to adjust the peak boost level, but in most cases will bring the boost on earlier, resulting in more power throughout the rev range.
The reduction in rotating inertia (we've removed about 2kg by using 6061 T6 aluminum billet) means that the engine can accelerate much quicker during the times it is making very little power before the turbo spools up. The result is better drive ability off-boost and better acceleration, which is especially useful for those with large turbos that only make power in the upper rev range. The smaller size of the crank pulley under-drives the power robbing accessories so that the upper end of the rev range is less burdened, while still allowing them to operate properly.
Short Shift Kits
The GFB Short Shifter is the same height as the factory shifter, it is the actual distance that the gear stick moves between gears that reduced.
Very simple to install. All of the installation is done from inside the car, without having to jack it up and crawl around underneath. Only a few basic hand tools are required, and the necessary hex keys are supplied.
The maximum throw reduction varies for different models. Early WRXs had a particularly long throw, so the maximum reduction with the GFB kit is around 50%, whilst on later models it is closer to 40%. In either case, it is possible to reduce the distance per gate to about 30mm. Whilst it can go shorter, the shifting force becomes too great for comfort, and some of the shift feel is lost.
Download the GFB 2011 Catalog here:
Link to Youtube video about GFB in general:
Link to Youtube video showing a demo of the TMS Blowoff Valves on a GTR:
Youtube video about the benefits of TMS valves vs normal blowoff valves: