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    how much oil will be lost if i remove the oil line from the top of the turbo on a 2008 wrx i need to replace the accuatior
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    More than likely not much since it shouldn't be fully pressurized. If you lose some, just put some more in.
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    ok ty cause the whole purpose of haveing to replace it is cause i installed a mbc and then i turnded the boost up a little and cant get it turned back down cause i experience boost creep in 4th and 5th gear so i purchased a accuator that will withstand 18psi and ya i was jw but thank you so much for your help also will a divorced wastegate dp help with boost creep it is a 3 inch high flow catted perrin dp
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    Boost creep has more to do with the wastegate itself than anything else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by j-dogg View Post
    ok ty cause the whole purpose of haveing to replace it is cause i installed a mbc and then i turnded the boost up a little and cant get it turned back down cause i experience boost creep in 4th and 5th gear so i purchased a accuator that will withstand 18psi and ya i was jw but thank you so much for your help also will a divorced wastegate dp help with boost creep it is a 3 inch high flow catted perrin dp
    You shouldn't be "slapping on" a MBC on a 2008 WRX and just turning up the boost. While you could get away with it on Bugeyes, the newer 32 bit ECUs are much more finicky. Are you even tuned to run that downpipe???? That's the reason you have boost creep...
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    im not tuned yet but i will be soon
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    i havent put the downpipe on yet i am this weekend
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