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post #1 of 23 Old 08-04-2013, 12:31 PM Thread Starter
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Turbo surge issue

Ok this is not your normal ww fix surge. It only does it when the tranny is 180+ and chip is on. Going say up a hill or under a load not building any boost is will boost up to like 7-10 psi then immediately let off and it will do that till I give it more throttle and it actually spools. I thought it was a ebpv but had that all gutted and it didn't fix it. Anyone have any ideas?

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Get a new compressor wheel bud. You will find a lot of guys running the "wicked wheel" as it is commonly referred to. The new wheel will get rid of your surge, slightly lower egts, and whistle a little more which is kinda neat. Took me about two hours to do in my garage! Cheers



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are you getting 10 psi total?

or is you max boost higher?

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No I get like 21 psi max

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21 psi is low.

do you have a standard ts chip?
with a stock compressor wheel you should be getting like 26, 28 psi.

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Any ideas as to why? Brand new boots

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6-new boots at all connections?

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Yes sir all 6

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Ok this is not your normal ww fix surge. It only does it when the tranny is 180+ and chip is on. Going say up a hill or under a load not building any boost is will boost up to like 7-10 psi then immediately let off and it will do that till I give it more throttle and it actually spools. I thought it was a ebpv but had that all gutted and it didn't fix it. Anyone have any ideas?
I wonder if your wastegate is opening under light throttle?

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Why would it be opening and shutting right away? How to I test it and or fix it

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