no i do not think that's going to work for good wastegate control. this is an outflow regulator, not a pressure relief valve, like a grainger valve is. why even consider this hardware when the gv is available, proven reliable, and so cheap?
It could be used as a bleed, rather than a g-valve. A Simple Boost Bleed
Set it up like that, use a Tee with 2 nipples and a banjo fitting, with just a short piece of nylon tubing between the tee & the valve. The valve would basically take the place of the needle valve in Dempsey's setup. But, why would you use a bleed? They spool WAY too slow.
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