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Pnwtree
On 6/6/2017 at 7:59 AM, jlbayes said:

We still need to know drive pressure and interstage boost pressure. Manual gauge is following the map readout on the quad right?

Especially with a new setup involved.

Lol well I'm back at it again, replaced the intercooler with mishimoto, It ended up not being the fix for my issue though I know my old Ic was leaking so wasn't a complete loss. I installed my dp guage, and ratio in the low end is around 1.1 and then as soon as it high 56 boost my dp still goes up, hit 70psi on so guage then blew a boot on hot side of intercooler. That being said I must still have a leake? But I don't know where. Only thing I know that might and didn't show on leak test is intake plenum gasket. I did use a AutoZone one when I got the billet plenum. That or it's internal? Any thoughts..... at a loss and losing my mind.

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jlbayes

That sounds like you are not getting enough exhaust through the secondary.

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Pnwtree
On 6/19/2017 at 6:46 AM, jlbayes said:

That sounds like you are not getting enough exhaust through the secondary.

Well case closed finally, turns out the last twin kit interstage pipe probably was the culprit in the boost cut off. As for 56lbs of boost, well what's the odds of 3 boost preassure guage all having max reading of 56.... granted one is off map sensor, but one is glowshift 0-60 guage, one is the quad, and last is unknown max snow performance water meth. So yea anyways stuck a air chuck on them and learned the problem. Explains why been blowing boots now. Thanks for help, shity that it was so simple lol

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Dieselfuture
On 5/17/2017 at 8:45 AM, jlbayes said:

Interstage. Pipe between the two turbos on the compressor side.

You called it

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