Thanks! Car is mostly just something fun to drive in the short summer months. Hopefully will get a few more things wrapped up this winter (better heat shielding, reroute, ...) so I can feel comfortable to try a track day or two with it next summer.
Anyway no build is complete without a little fail. So on the third test drive after getting it put together I noticed a fair puddle of oil after letting it idle in the driveway for awhile. Find out that the oil return line had come partially loose because of this oversite...
Did not notice when tightening it down from above the first time due to the awkward position to get a wrench down there. The collar on the fitting was hitting up against the turbo so it wasn't fully seated. So had to pull that apart and was luckily able to clearance it enough by filing down the edge on the turbo a little bit.
With that fixed got into tuning a bit and the car was really rapey, suffering from a fair amount of compressor surge, and a slipping clutch anywhere near half throttle or above.
So then had to make a few configuration changes.
To correct the surge, as the instructions for the Tial BOV clearly state it requires a 1/4" vacuum signal line. So drilled out and tapped the manifold to run the larger line where the cruise control line used to be. Also went from the 11psi to 10psi spring, even though by their chart my car which pulls 21psi of vacuum at idle should take the 11psi spring but I guess I can live with a little air leaking at idle.
This fixed the surge issues almost completely, still a little bit occasionally when feathering off of at part throttle, not sure what to do about that other than change driving style a bit.
Also then decided to back the wastegate down to 5psi until I get motivated enough to pull the tranny out to put in the clutch this winter sometime. The car feels surprisingly strong even at just 5psi.