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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.

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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.

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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.
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