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I may be totally wrong on this but as I recall it was obvious which 2 wires are the ones you need.
The T7 valve I used had a couple wires and those colors matched the ones from the old T5 harness in the car. Guessing, I went color to color and then cut and taped off the unused wire. That was about 6 years ago, which is why I don't remember. I wrapped the new wires with friction tape so I can't tell anything for sure without taking it apart (sorry).
My ECU is a Stage 2 remap and with premium and a couple of adaptation runs I boost well into the red, sometimes to the end, so it seems to work OK.
BTW, the previous ECU I had gotten from another car had also been converted from T5 to T7 and I was just moving the parts over when I put in the stage 2. But there were no wiring issues.
Your wire colors may be different than mine, but you may find this is a no brainer.
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