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    Basically going on wastegate controlled boost instead of pcm controlled?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray-Ray03
    Basically going on wastegate controlled boost instead of pcm controlled?
    Yes, you'll be limited to spring pressure (which is below stock pressure), which should keep you safe until you decide to get the ECU properly remapped. As you sit now, you're looking at a potential very expensive bill for a motor build...
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    I figured the catalytic converter would provide sufficient back pressure. Looks like I'll be purchasing the Cobb AP sooner than planned. Thanks guys.

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