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Old 12-14-2008, 07:38 PM   #21
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Mine doesn't say 14b on it, but it says TD05, and the auction on ebay said 14b. The auction is gone from the site, so I don't know what exactly he said it came from.

My turbo is not the same as yours, the hot side of the compressor points in a different direction and my WG actuator is a little different.

You mention at the top of this page something about a different actuator for lower pressure... where do you find one of those? The stock actuator on mine is for about 7.5psi and I wouldn't mind having one for a little less boost for use in winter or something
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Old 12-14-2008, 08:21 PM   #22
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Ill have to look at it and see what it says.

I couldnt find much on weaker actuators, most people just put a reverse helper spring on it.

Ive decided to just get MS and bigger injectors to run 10-12psi.
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