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Re: wastegate control unit next to coil
Posted by Paul Willis [Email] (more from Paul Willis) on Sat, 29 Feb 2020 19:07:55
In Reply to: Re: wastegate control unit next to coil, K-Saab [Profile/Gallery]
, Sat, 29 Feb 2020 15:33:22
Can't I just use the turbo gauge to control boost and not push it too far? I used to get a fairly low boost and then when I had some work done on it, all of the sudden it boosted well. It involved replacing the clutch so maybe they knocked that center hose off and that is why I got good boost again. The nipple is broken so I just can reconnect but I suspect it has been off for a year and probably why again I have been having good boost. If I still have detonation protection through the APC and the detonation sensor that I think is on the engine, would it be safe to just rely on the boost gauge to not push it too far?
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