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Originally Posted by baloo View Post
How would this look? I don't recall any type of hose connections on wastegates. Would the WG be immersed in a fluid-filled container, which was circulated through a fan-radiator system (or a copper-tubing coil, a la Tippy's suggestion)?
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Hello mate,

It's the same unit, except that at the moment I (and others) will blank-off the water ports around the periphery of the housing. Funnily enough, I've just posted something on my Instagram feed showing my W/G's (one of my non-car-but-techie pals was asking about them).



The stainless blanking plugs you see alternate between water ports and control ports, you use the ones that are most conveniently positioned for your installation, and blank-off the rest.

Internally to the housing are channels that flow the water through; you simply feed into one side and out the other using the supplied M-M adapter and -4AN couplings.
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