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This is a discussion on Adjusting the wastegate arm within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by lundholm08 Would it be recommended to try this adjustment on say, a Stage 2 map if you're ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lundholm08 View Post
    Would it be recommended to try this adjustment on say, a Stage 2 map if you're not hitting target boost rather than switching to the HWG map first? I imagine if you fix the boost issue with the wg arm adjustment, you would be better off with that than switching to the HWG map, no? Then again, I am at 8000ft elevation...lol
    See how old my post was?

    Try the HWG map first to see what a difference it makes. If you really want more boost install a 3 port boost control solenoid along with a Protune. I just did this two weeks ago and am getting 19 psi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 04.SPT.WRX View Post
    See how old my post was?

    Try the HWG map first to see what a difference it makes. If you really want more boost install a 3 port boost control solenoid along with a Protune. I just did this two weeks ago and am getting 19 psi.
    Haha yes, I saw how old the post was, sorry. I sometimes find good threads and although they're old, I try to post there before starting my own. I should be dubbed the dead thread resurrector!

    I'm going to try the HWG map first. I had it on Stage 1 with no problems. We'll see with Stage 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lundholm08 View Post
    Haha yes, I saw how old the post was, sorry. I sometimes find good threads and although they're old, I try to post there before starting my own. I should be dubbed the dead thread resurrector!

    I'm going to try the HWG map first. I had it on Stage 1 with no problems. We'll see with Stage 2.
    No need to be sorry, it is a good thread.
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    Hey, can someone plz give actual istrucions on how to 'turn' the wastegate arm? Because the arm is bent do you have to disconnect the arm from the C-clip before you turn it a full revolution and then reattach it?


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