you should be fine just dont stay at max boost for 10-30 mins at a time. Unless your setup was borderline before you should have nothing to worry about.
no, ive accually have it turned down now, due to snow and ice, before i had set it for 200 kPa, thinking i would go for 14 psi. When in megalog viewer i had thought that it hitting 16 psi was spikes or something, seems now i know what was really happening now
What I want to know is how you managed to make a Megasquirt's closed loop boost controller work.
Im using a DIY MSPNP, so not sure if that is one reason.
My "boost kpa target 1" table i had set to what kPa i was lookign for but minus 10, so i have the top row set to 170, but it will go no higher then 180.
They are from top to bottom:
170, 149, 130, 68, 50, 20
when i had it set for 200 kpa, it was
190, 170, 149, 101, 41, 0
on both the first four lower RPM cells were set to 0, since im usually less then 20% thottle when crusing, i did not want the boost controller doing anything if i am driving for hours
im sure that several of those rows are well below where the wastegate will accuate, so im not sure if it is doing anything in those cells, i spent very little time setting it up, i just set the numbers and have had it that way since