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Does the Synchronic Wastegate use a two-piece valve?

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How do I fix oscillation with the Synchronic Wastegate when controlling with a solenoid?

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How do I set up the Synchronic Wastegate?

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How do I use a boost controller with the Synchronic Wastegate?

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How do I use the various ports on the Synchronic Wastegate?

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I can't make the desired boost pressure, and I have tried both springs that came in the box.

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I'm trying to take apart the wastegate, but the valve is not separating from the piston.

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After taking off the top cover with a 4mm Allen key, the valve should be able to move up and down freely while still attached to the piston.

[Picture of radial set screws]

Push the valve all the way up, and 3 radial holes should be visible. Inside each of these holes are 2 set screws. One to actually hold the valve to the piston mechanism, and one to ensure that the first set of screws do not back out. After removing all 6 set screws, the piston mechanism and valve should come apart easily, and allow access to the 3 machine screws holding the bottom of the actuator housing to the valve housing. 

The aluminum around the machine screws should be punched as to prevent the screws from backing themselves out. 

[Picture of punched machine screws]


Author: Chad
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I’m experiencing boost creep with my Synchronic wastegate, how do I fix it?

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What are the dimensions of the Synchronic 40mm WG?

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What are the dimensions of the Synchronic 50mm WG?

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