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BNR stage 3 Dyno. High boost. (might be new record)

Old 01-07-15, 01:48 AM
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Originally Posted by Speed of light View Post
Not a problem....

No pics, but what I did was move the actuator forward, further away from the WG lever by putting a couple of washers under each mounting ear for the actuator. (The actuator is mounted to bosses at the front of the primary compressor housing.) I estimate that I spaced it out 3/16" to 1/4".

You will need to pull out on the actuator rod with vise grips to engage the WG lever once you do this.

I thought later BNRs came with an adjustable (threaded) rod end that will let you achieve the same effect.

The next step would be to adapt a high pressure actuator from a WRX or EVO to fit this setup. And it wouldn't be too hard to do.
I would like to thank you for the pics you sent during the build which helped us to make the power we did. Knowing Joe (Balljoint) and what a great guy he is I bet he feels the same.
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Has your system held up over the years?
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