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Old 03-01-2012, 03:09 AM   #1
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I want a 5-7 psi adjustable actuator for my sr20 turbo but all I seem to come up with is the one on Begi's site and a Godspeed actuator here on ebay. Are these really my only choices? I'm sure either one would work but I'd like at least a few others to choose from. FM had a low boost actuator but they told me they are no longer selling it because they had too many issues with it. Any leads would be most appreciated.
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Old 03-02-2012, 03:38 AM   #2
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you can always check out atpturbo.com

extremely fast shipping, just gotta know what you're looking for
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^Thanks. I'm pretty sure I've visited that site already. It does have a 6-7psi actuator but I want to start off with 5psi and just get used to a little boost. So I guess it's going to be either the $80 Begi actuator or the $40 Godspeed one, and I'm willing to bet there's not going to be much of a difference between the two.
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I would just get the 7 psi actuator to be honest.
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^Yeah, I spoke with Stephanie at Begi via email and she recommended one for me. I figured that since I live in CA and have to go with a partial Begi-S kit then I might as well have them include it with the kit when it comes time to order.

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