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my car was purchased with an Andial "dial a death" knob similar in operation to the one pictured. Your schematic is correct. The knob regulates pressure through the vent to increase the opening resistance of the wastegate. Positioning of the knob itself should not matter. Mine was tucked up under the dash, but I have seen many in between the seats. Additionally, when installed, mine used rubber fuel line and worked great, so your braided teflon line will be that much better. So long as you can restrain yourself from cranking up the boost when challenged you should be allright.

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Old 04-24-2008, 08:46 AM
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