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This is a discussion on 95 sti over boosting within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hi there, go a sti the other day and found it was boosting over 20psi have checked all vac lines ...

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    hi there,

    go a sti the other day and found it was boosting over 20psi have checked all vac lines everything in right place, i run a scan on the car buy connecting the two black plugs under dash and no fault codes came up just steady flashing, have tried replacing turbo booster thing buy the strut tower but still the same tried dissconecting the battery for hour but still the same it does have after maket exhaust, i have checked actuator it starts opening at 11psi, i need help dont want to stuff engine

    thanks guys

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    Are you sure it is a stock turbo?

    If the car is tuned for 20PSI with a new map I don't think it is going to help to reset the ecu. Not 100% sure how they worked in '95 though.
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    checked your ip and i see your located in sunny NZ kiwi land

    you may want to check out your local scooby clubs for help/info/assistance ref your issue

    ClubSub NZ click: ClubSUB - Index

    wrxsticlub NZ click: WRXSTI Club

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