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It’s on my car. :cool:
LOL Nice! im happy with #2 i aint gonna lie LOL i should have mine in by friday. hoping to see how far it will go with 4bar map sensors a fully built motor and upgraded fuel system.

are these running Ball bearing or journal bearing?
 

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Hey Fellas,

just got mine a few hours ago looks amazing thanks @rv6p

i got #2 anyone know who got #1 LOL

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how about some pictures of the turbine wheel and the compressor wheel
 


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Guys I really need your help. I got some really bad news after recording datalogs for drobs tune. He told me I have a major install error and that its not reaching the commanded boost target. HELP!? What do I do. I have had a string of bad luck in life lately and this is just too much.
Busted a few brain cells and I think I have an answer. You may have to add shims to adjust the seated position of the actuator. When Eman was prototyping the prl turbo he welded the mount for the actuator to the housing and I think that was what he had to do.
ill be seeing him tomorrow and find out more details
 

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Busted a few brain cells and I think I have an answer. You may have to add shims to adjust the seated position of the actuator. When Eman was prototyping the prl turbo he welded the mount for the actuator to the housing and I think that was what he had to do.
ill be seeing him tomorrow and find out more details
even with that the wastegate doesn't close completely he still gets some boost leak. have you gone over all your piping and vaccum lines might have a small leak thats bleeding off pressure
 
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LOL Nice! im happy with #2 i aint gonna lie LOL i should have mine in by friday. hoping to see how far it will go with 4bar map sensors a fully built motor and upgraded fuel system.

are these running Ball bearing or journal bearing?
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I uploaded the new test results and we will find out today. I double checked all the vacuum lines that I could see. I then noticed the charge pipe on the hot air side wasnt super buckled down, just kinda frumpy on theere. So I re fastened that and tightened it good. I felt like the car was a tiny bit faster and more responsive afterwards and this time I think psi hit 23 which it was only like 20 psi before. I am really hoping that it fixed it.

 

 
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