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ST185 GT4 Turbo - Boost Controller Location


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Hello,

Im new to turbo's, I have a boost controller for my 3SGTE ST185, but Im a little confused as to where I need to attach it? I'm thinking it needs to be right near the Turbo where I can see some rubber tubing.. the ST185 has very little room under the bonnet for much else, or does it go behind the intake port manifold? I know this is a stupid question.

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Hello,

Im new to turbo's, I have a boost controller for my 3SGTE ST185, but Im a little confused as to where I need to attach it? I'm thinking it needs to be right near the Turbo where I can see some rubber tubing.. the ST185 has very little room under the bonnet for much else, or does it go behind the intake port manifold? I know this is a stupid question.

Thanks

the wastegate actuator has two hoses connected to it. You need to disconnect the hose leading to the tvis and then block the second vac line on the wastegate. The other connected between the turbo housing and the actuator is where you put the boost controller

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I think I know what you mean... in the pic I am attaching, the outlet without tubing needs blocking, and the hose between actuator and turbo needs the boost controller? Is that correct?

Hello,

Im new to turbo's, I have a boost controller for my 3SGTE ST185, but Im a little confused as to where I need to attach it? I'm thinking it needs to be right near the Turbo where I can see some rubber tubing.. the ST185 has very little room under the bonnet for much else, or does it go behind the intake port manifold? I know this is a stupid question.

Thanks

the wastegate actuator has two hoses connected to it. You need to disconnect the hose leading to the tvis and then block the second vac line on the wastegate. The other connected between the turbo housing and the actuator is where you put the boost controller

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