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    Still Overboosting?

    i have 07 wrx with
    cobb tbe
    cobb intake
    cobb ap stage 2 acn 91

    i was throwing codes for overboosting in 4th and 5th gear wot
    made a map for lower wg stage 2 and it helped slightly but i still throw a code for waste gate
    any ideas what else i can do?
    thanks
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    Make another map then with lower max WGDC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donkey View Post
    Make another map then with lower max WGDC.
    I made a 5% and a 10% lwg
    Can I go lower? Will it be safe to run?
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    It would be safe with 0 WGDC, it would just have trouble hitting target boost.

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    is 15psi ideal boost for stage 2?
    if i make a lower wastegate what would be the target boost?
    i dont want to overboost but id still like the best performance possible
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    Quote Originally Posted by oberman562
    is 15psi ideal boost for stage 2?
    If you want it to be 15 PSI, there's nothing wrong with that. It's a bit lower than I would run, personally, but you are welcome to.

    Quote Originally Posted by oberman562
    if i make a lower wastegate what would be the target boost?
    Whatever is in the "Target Boost" table.

    Quote Originally Posted by oberman562
    i dont want to overboost but id still like the best performance possible
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    Quote Originally Posted by MainFrame View Post
    It would be safe with 0 WGDC, it would just have trouble hitting target boost.
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    I have Cobb tbe catted
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