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How To Connect Eboost Solenoid On R32 Gtr


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Hi,

I've just hooked up an eBoost2 boost controller onto my R32 GTR but it doesn't seem to be functioning. All the electrics are hooked up fine (I think) but not sure about the vacuum hoses. I'm used to my old SR20 which had everything nice and visible and on the same side of the engine (ie boost pressure source, wastegate actuators etc) but can't see exactly what connects to what on the RB26.

In short (as per the attached pic) I've taken the two hoses that used to connect to the factory solenoid and connected the hose that used to have the yellow band & restrictor to the "Wastegate actuator" side of the eBoost solenoid, and the other hose to the "boost pressure source" side of the solenoid.

Can anyone please help me out on whether this is the right way?

(I tried to search... sorry)

Cheers

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by the way, the car is still basically stock with stock turbos so don't have any crazy plans to wind it up - just want it to run 13psi and had the eBoost left over from my old car so wanted to at least plug it in.

thanks

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Can't use factory boost source, as the source is bled and was only meant to be used with the factory actuator (source is near the clutch I believe). You need to blank that source off, and run a new hose from a suitable pressure source from the manifold (can't remember the location I use, it's the rear of the plenum)

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