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      Boost pressure sensor (bps) on a 2.5t - racechip

      I decided to try out the racechip on a B5254T6 2.5T (Euro S80 2.5T (200BHP) 2007). Hopefully fuel economy will improve :lol: .
      I have been searching high and low for where the boost pressure sensor is located.
      Does anyone here know where to find it?

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      Quote Originally Posted by vandangante View Post
      I decided to try out the racechip on a B5254T6 2.5T (Euro S80 2.5T (200BHP) 2007). Hopefully fuel economy will improve :lol: .
      I have been searching high and low for where the boost pressure sensor is located.
      Does anyone here know where to find it?
      I tried to research the location for you but came up with multiple locations one being on the intercooler housing. Maybe RaceChip could send you a picture for your specific installation?
      Current Volvo's Owned:
      2019 New V90 R Design T5 Crystal White Metallic With RaceChip GTS
      2014 New XC70 3.2L Flamenco Red Metallic

      Previous Volvo's Owned:
      2016 New XC70 Classic T5 Magic Blue
      2014 New XC90 3.2L Ice White
      2008 New S60 2.5L Barents Blue With IPD ECU Mapping
      1994 New 854 Flamenco Red Metallic
      1994 Used 944T Teal Metallic with Manual Boost Control Valve
      1986 New 764T Graphite Metallic
      1959 Used Pv544 Dark Brown Metallic

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      Thanks for looking!
      I found the bps but it was very well hidden at the bottom of the intercoolers passenger side. Had to remove the guard to access it. Everything there was extremely cramped and ended up putting it on a lift. After installation the car manages 13L/100km compared to before at 15L/100km at average.

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      Quote Originally Posted by vandangante View Post
      Thanks for looking!
      I found the bps but it was very well hidden at the bottom of the intercoolers passenger side. Had to remove the guard to access it. Everything there was extremely cramped and ended up putting it on a lift. After installation the car manages 13L/100km compared to before at 15L/100km at average.
      You're welcome. I've found that after installing a device or devices that provide a boost in performance my fuel economy goes away. After a while I get used to more performance and my mileage comes back.
      Current Volvo's Owned:
      2019 New V90 R Design T5 Crystal White Metallic With RaceChip GTS
      2014 New XC70 3.2L Flamenco Red Metallic

      Previous Volvo's Owned:
      2016 New XC70 Classic T5 Magic Blue
      2014 New XC90 3.2L Ice White
      2008 New S60 2.5L Barents Blue With IPD ECU Mapping
      1994 New 854 Flamenco Red Metallic
      1994 Used 944T Teal Metallic with Manual Boost Control Valve
      1986 New 764T Graphite Metallic
      1959 Used Pv544 Dark Brown Metallic

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