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Old 05-03-2006, 11:45 PM   #1
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Default Boost Controller with TEC II

I have a boost control solenoid for my Tec II. I believe that the controller just hooks into the wastegate line to the mechanical boost controller via a tee. I believe that the small hole on the tee goes to the boost control solenoid which is vented to atmosphere. Is this a correct assumption?
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Old 05-18-2006, 01:50 PM   #2
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from the ancient vishnu pem manual i have a copy if you want it

Place the brass tee into the wastegate signal line with the restricted “leg” pointing towards the turbo’s compressor outlet (as per our labeling). This restrictor effectively reduces the boost signal, giving our solenoid more authority in the wastegate signal manipulation game. Next, route the supplied thick vacuum line between the remaining tee output and the barb-equipped boost control solenoid. You can tie wrap the solenoid to the AC lines just aft of the passenger side strut tower. Since you wouldn’t want any wastegate lines popping off, firmly secure the vacuum lines with the supplied little hose clamps. With the plumbing complete, lengthen both of the solenoid wires (if necessary) and route one to Output Pin 6 (GPO) and the other to Output Pin 9 (SW BAT).

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