Sounds good! So its just a case of plumbing it all in and that's about it? I know if I go too high fuel cut above 0.8 bar? (Correct me if I'm wrong). I'll install a boost gauge aswellThe hardest part about fitting that will be feeding the hoses through to the interior. Simple enough to plumb in.
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Cheers for the advice! I'll let you know how it goes when I get round to doing it. I'll try and take a few photos and do a write up on how it's done too. I know alot of people tend to go for fancy electronic ones now, but it's the same principle and it'll probably be useful to someone else somedayYea fuel cut is .85 so aim for .8 or just below. They go rather well at that.
You will have to disconnect the pipes from the hi/lo solenoid and then install the controller between the actuator nipple and the compressor house nipple.
Use good quality vacuum hose to avoid any drops in pressure over such a distance compared to coming off a mac valve normally located nearer the turbo.
My Profec solenoid is right behind the grill as close as I can get it, the Caldina solenoid is in the same kinda area