Question about 1995 Subaru Impreza
The waste gate is probably controlled by a vaccuum line. i have seen some home grown devices that would adjust the ammount of vaccuum signal the wastegate actuator recieves, there are also some turbo boost controllers that are available in the aftermarket that let you adjust the boost pressure from the driver seat and some even include a "turbo timer" that keeps the car running a predetermined ammount of time after you turn off the ignition so you dont melt down a turbo by just parking the car hot. of course the backyard stuff is cheap and somewhat effective, the turbo boost control unit is a much safer and more precise way of doing it. sounds like you already have some cash invested in this, it would be a shame to lose it over the cost of a boost control unit and melt your engine down by overboosting it and blowing out the head gaskets or the manifold blowing off. this is one i found rather quickly on the internet http://www.turbosmartonline.com/index.php?id=355
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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