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Posted: Tue May 13, 2008 10:54 pm 
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got a Profec B (series 1) for the EF.

all the PDF manuals ive found for this are corrupted.


the controller
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which vacuum do i connect to the top of my wastegate (tial 44mm) ?
IN or OUT (on the motor)

and what do i do with the remaining vacuum line?

does the controller vacuum line connect up to the vacuum line that goes to the EMS8860 and boost gauge and such?
(it runs off the vacuum port on the inlet manifold)
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Posted: Wed May 14, 2008 1:36 am 
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so yeh, it confirmed
- the controller vacuum line goes to the EMS vacuum line
- "OUT" goes to top port on wastegate

but "IN" goes to a fitting on the intercooler piping, between the turbo and FMIC
... is that normal???

oh and also, my lower wastegate port isnt connected to the intake manifold, mine goes from turbo (front) housing to the wastegate port

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Posted: Wed May 14, 2008 10:40 am 
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nothing should be fitted in the same line as your map sensor... having the boost gauge and bov in the same hose is a bad idea, becuase you need the cleanest map reading possible..

you can tee into the line going to the bottom gate port from the comp cover and connect that to IN on the solenoid

 

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Posted: Wed May 14, 2008 12:13 pm 
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i actually havent had a good look at if the Map sensor, boost gauge & BOV are on the same line.
(the line was already there due to car being turbo a few years back, and then going back to NA)
... ill have a look after this coffee. lol

yep im doing that with the comp cover/gate port
ive got teflon/stainless braided line for mine, so ill get a t-piece and ill screw in a barb fitting for the hose :)

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