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Old 05-06-2016, 10:23 PM   #141
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Updates ?
No new updates, im too lazy. But overall things still running fine, average around 2-3k miles a year, been tracking it a few times too.

Trashed a transmission, replaced it, same with the clutch, upgraded to KWV3 coilovers, vorshlag tophats, much better handling! Toms tails, Changed my wheels a few times, upgraded wilwood BBK brakes all around, i have a couple brand new innovate gauges collecting dust that i need tyo get connected (oil pressure, EGT) and a few more things. Pretty much just sits in my garage now, as I am done and just a bit bored with the car. Focusing on other vehicles, house, kids, life, etc.. haha. But its paid for, and still an amazing car to drive, a blast at the track. I still have videos from last year at the track i havent edited or uploaded yet.

Will try to get some pics and more detailed updates soon.
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Old 05-09-2016, 10:50 AM   #142
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Thats correct. Following my diagram, you are simply opening the circuit with the relay, so that cuts the power to the boost controller and will put your boost at the stock wastegate pressure.

To be clear, this is for the power wires on the boost controller. Not sure your question, as you are asking about the evap solenoid?
Oooh we may be discussing something different.

I am talking about the EBCS, so the boost solenoid itself - My EBCS would be controlled by ECUtech.
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Iím looking at the stage 1 AVO kit.

Sorry to revive an old thread. But doesnít anyone know if they have rectified the overpipe issue?
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