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Are you trying to get boost over 14 psi?

If you are. I would look at getting a computer chip and bigger injectors just for a start.

Or are you trying to control the boost and keep it at 14 psi or close to it?

This I have done to my 1989 2.5L turbo caravan. I just got rid of the waste gate solenoid and put a G valve between the wast gate and my vac block. This worked assume for me. I turn it down when I run on the highway (7 to 8 psi) and turn it up in town (10 to 12 psi).
 

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grate. there is a guy on here that helped me a ton. his name on here is NAJ. when i had the same problem as you i just redid my entire vac line setup. here is a diagram of what i did.



just replace the wastgate valve with a G valve and your set.

when i redid my lines i went to a hydrolic store and made a vac block from brass fittings. i also got 1/8 inch hard plastic line not soft rubber tube. this keeps every thing consistent.



as for a G valve i made my oun.



i used a spring out of an old pen

now that i have no air box. i just let my BOV sit there in the open.

i really hope this helps you out. if it dose let me know. i always like to hear if things go good.

talk to you latter:

Anthony Marcotte
 
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