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Hi, having some over boosting issues with my R33 series 1 RB25DET.Currently I'm running the hose from the turbo to the side of my 38mm Tial Wastgate (1bar). All parts are pretty much brand new which I don't understand why this is occurring and annoying. Any idea's? cheers

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TELL ME YOUR YEAR AND MODEL.IF YOU HAVE NEWER MODEL WASTE GATE CONTROLLED BY PCM.HAVE VECHICLE SCANNED.IF YOU OLDER VECHICLE PROBLEM COULD BE OBSTRUCTED HOSE BETWEEN COMPRESSOR OR CONTROL CANISTER.YOU COULD HAVE LEAKING DIAPHRAM IN CANISTER.

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