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Old 12-28-2012, 11:33 PM   #1
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Running a lpt gt1752 with a areo ecu ?????

Is this doable to max out this gt1752 and get a lil more psi. i had just rebuilt the turbo. I know these dont last but i wanna push it to the max. Ive really been looking for a td04, but this is a budget car. Id rather spend more money on my saleen mustang. Td04s are very hard to find under $300. can i just get a different ecu ? ive searched alot and cant find anything. Ive read plenty of times that t7s cant run a blow off valve thats vented ! anyway around that ????? plzzz help saab community =)
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Old 12-29-2012, 02:39 AM   #2
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Tune the ecu to a stage 3.

You Cannot run a vented BOV on a T7. All air must be recirculated so the MAF can read it. Other wise you "check engine" lights.
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Go junkyard diving. I've gotten two TD04s for less than $100 with all the lines, fittings and hoses.
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Bogan you can tune a gt1752 to a stage 3 ? what kinda power/psi would that put me at.
I plan on the td04 for the right price =) pimpmy pc all the yards ive went to thier all missing the tdo4 =( tdo4s can be found on 95s 9-3 areo or se and some 9000s ?

Also wondering if its possible to run a external wastegate ?
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Yup, I think stage 3 is about 21lb of boost.

Get the TD04.
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Stage 3 is 18psi, at least on T5 cars. T7 is airmass request.
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Stage 3 is 18psi, at least on T5 cars. T7 is airmass request.
yeah T7 is airmass request so boost pressure will change. With My Stage 3 in winter I hold right around 18psi, Summer its more like 24psi. but I did have one night last july I held 26psi twice
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