You have a fundamental misunderstanding of the boot code. For the original PSX, it is a deliberate wobble that is placed into the lead-in. The wobble cannot be burned on a CDR because the CDR has a pre-set wobble called the ATIP that provides the drive with a "groove", so to speak, which acts as a starting point for the burner and as a guide. While its not completely hopeless, the only way to fool the PSX into thinking a copy is the real deal is to mask the ATIP wobble and somehow burn the SCEx wobble.
With the PS2, it is suspected that the protection is a similar wobble, however, it has to be applicable to both the CD games and the DVD games, so I don't know if its located in the lead-in or the lead-out.
This has been hashed out for a long time, check out the various threads in the Optical Storage Technical Discussion forum.