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Old 20 Jul 2009, 06:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Help!

Firtsly, hello. Im new to the scooby world.

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The T peice coming off the actuator>turbo>?? snapped, so I fitted a random one I had in the garage. Now the car isnt running full boost. It holds .5bar which is 7psi where as before it used to pull past 12psi.
Its a standard UK turbo 2000.

Anyone got any ideas? Is it a case of just going to dealers and getting the correct t-peice?
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Old 21 Jul 2009, 01:18 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Firtsly, hello. Im new to the scooby world.

Any help appreciated.


The T peice coming off the actuator>turbo>?? snapped, so I fitted a random one I had in the garage. Now the car isnt running full boost. It holds .5bar which is 7psi where as before it used to pull past 12psi.
Its a standard UK turbo 2000.

Anyone got any ideas? Is it a case of just going to dealers and getting the correct t-peice?
The pipe you fitted was it the same diameter from previous pipe that you took off if the problem has only started cause of this pipe then it must be the pipe you used so I would get the OEM Part from subaru and job done then be grand again Id say
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