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11-04-2014 10:09 AM
condaddy
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Originally Posted by Harvey's Autohaus View Post
The second one you listed barley works as well as a stock actuator. The first one works but doesn't fit a t7 car very well. The correct actuator is usually a red Kinu unit & has variable springs available. "its Basicaly a Forge knockoff" Message kinu directly for the correct actuator for your set up.

The black generic mhi clone Turbocharger Forged Adjustable Actuator Mitsubishi Greddys TD04H w 5 Spring | eBay
Ok I have t5 does it matter for the one you linked? I didnt come across that one on my searching. Seems like the better choice to go with anyways since it comes with all the springs. I also like how it can be slid around in the bolt holts for the wastegate actuator. IM running a 9000 wg and have it bent slightly to fit. Im thinking I may go with the one you linked. I assume this is the one that people usally run on our cars?
11-04-2014 06:38 AM
Harvey's Autohaus The second one you listed barley works as well as a stock actuator. The first one works but doesn't fit a t7 car very well. The correct actuator is usually a red Kinu unit & has variable springs available. "its Basicaly a Forge knockoff" Message kinu directly for the correct actuator for your set up.

The black generic mhi clone http://www.ebay.com/itm/Turbocharger...39795216&rt=nc
11-04-2014 06:11 AM
condaddy
aftermarket wastegate opitions

Ok so I was told by a few members on here that I should ditch the helper spring on my stg 5 setup and get a new waste gate. Ive been have issuse with keep my boost consectivly lately unless I run no helper spring the it tops out at hold only around 18psi. Im looking for around 21-24spsi.
Now I was looking at this one Kinugawa Adjustable Turbo Wastegate Actuator Saab 9000 Aero TD04HL 15g 89 01600 | eBay
It says it comes with .5 bar spring so 8psi baseboost correct? Now if I got this one that would be the correct spring inside that I would want correct? the next one is .8 bar witch is like 11 psi would that be to much? Now if .5 is to low and .8 is to high how do I adjust the when it opens the wastegate?

I also see this one Saab 9 3 9 5 Aero Viggen B235R 2 0 2 3L TD04HL 15T 19T Turbo Wastegate Actuator | eBay
its says for a 19t? so do you think this would work fine?
Also is it the bpc or ecu that tells the wastegate when to open?
Thank you Connor

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