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Originally Posted by fredmeister View Post
Yes this will be the way.

Small movements make a big difference so do it in small steps.
Thanks fredmeister for confirmation of the boost control pressure adjustment.

Originally Posted by Ronnie's.930 View Post
Maybe you have already thought of this, but a tip I read about here, posted by JFairman, is to use a large c-clamp to push the plug inward (most suggestions you read will say to punch the plug inward with a drift and hammer, but I found it is much easier to move it, in a controlled manner, using the c-clamp method).
Yep that's what I'll do.

Originally Posted by Ronnie's.930 View Post
At anything below 10, on full boost, mine starts to misfire/bog down, and at 9.5-9 it misfires so terribly that it stops accelerating entirely.
This is exactly my experience as well.
'87 911 turbo, '10 Cayman S
In the past - '71 T, '77 S 3.6, '80 SC, '88 3.6 cab
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