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Turbosmart Internal Wastegate Actuator 7psi

MODEL # TBS TS-0605-1072

$184.49


  • Q: Turbosmart wastegate   scoobabenoit826821 month ago

    It says 7psi. Is that the Crack pressure? I’m looking to upgrade my stock Wrx’s wastegate to get more control and sensitivity out of the boost and realease. What is the minimum psi this cracks at and What is the Max amount of boost this particular TS Wastegate can go to? Thank you!
  • Q: IWG  Nemi7 months ago

    If install this on my car is it safe to drive to the place i would be getting my tune? Also what would be the best downpipe for this i currently have but not yet installed a tomei expreme ti catback exhaust and want a good set up for when I do decide to install.
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      A:  No, If you are going to drive after installing you would want to have your tuner give you a base map to drive to his shop.

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  • Q: Turbosmart Internal Wastegaste Actuator  chinocastillo90010 months ago

    I recently had this IWG actuator on my 2011 Subaru STI. I switched my turbo to a brand new vf39 with stock IWG. Ever since I changed my turbo I been hitting 9 psi max. If I put my old TS IWG actuator on the new turbo, would this help me be back to stock boost?
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      A:  It sounds like in your current situation the car should get a pro tune if you didn't do one originally.

      Megan L. @ RallySport Direct 10 months ago  
        
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  • Q: fitment  Ruination12 months ago

    I've seen on other websites this part number fits a 2004 sti, your website does not list this as compatible, is this correct? Do you sell a 2004 sti compatible direct bolt on actuator? My car has already been tuned and im not interested in getting it retuned because of a faulty actuator. Can you explain why a tune is requied for this? Seems like you would just have to match spring rates with stock.
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  This is a universal part, which is what Turbosmart also lists it as. Meaning, it can fit your car but there are also a lot of turbo's/vehicles that this will fit on. So we cannot confirm.

      Tyler A. @ RallySport Direct 12 months ago  
        
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  • Q: Tune?  codemana123151823 years ago

    I am having a problem with my stock waste gate. And I am wanting to upgrade the only problem is my nearest place to tune my car is 4 hours away. If I get this part will I have to tune or do I just need to stick with stock?
  • Q: Noise  Newsubie093 years ago

    Does this make noise similar to the noise on the EWG? Also will this help with wastegaste flutter?
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      A:  This does not make noise like an external wastegate, and this will slightly help with wastegate flutter, but flutter is resolved by upgrading the boost control solenoid.

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  • Q: Boostcreep/overboost  jonathanyeung4 years ago

    Could this solve the overboost/boostcreep? Ive experienced this with my 2013 wrx (stage 2 turbo back with SF intake) and i was told it was caused by a mechanical issue regarding the stock internal wastegate. My question is would this be an appropriate application instead of resorting to porting my stock waste gate.
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      A:  Boost creep is typically an issue with a catless downpipe on a Stage 2 map not designed for it, but even with a pro-tune a catless downpipe may still have boost creep issues. The problem is the small wastegate door on the turbocharger itself, this actuator may help but typically an external wastegate is required.

      Nick S. @ RallySport Direct 4 years ago  
        
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  • Q: my08 wrx  08wrxMI4 years ago

    hello i am having a turbo actuator performance code that pops up sometimes when it dose i am overboosting and i am running stage 2 sf from cobb ap3 and was wondering if this would work with no tune i dont have the funds to tune but dont want to destroy my baby ether thanks so much
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      A:  It is highly recommended that you get a custom tune after installing this actuator.

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  • Q: Replacement  Doughten4 years ago

    So this will be able to replace my OEM actuator on my 2013 wrx hatch with no issues what so ever?
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      A:  This is a direct replacement to your OEM regulator in terms of fitment.

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  • Q: Other spring options  hannan.brent4 years ago

    Is there a way to purchase this from you all with a spring combination other than 7 psi. I am tuned for 19psi right now and when I get my retune I'll be around 21psi. Also when pairing this with the Grimmspeed EBCS how will these two products perform together?
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      A:  This particular unit only comes with the 7 psi spring. As long as your vehicle is tuned once this is installed this will work fine with any EBCS.

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    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  These actuators can be had with any spring pressure that you like. Please just note it on your order and it will be assembled to your specifications.

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  • Q: VF37 twin scroll turbo fitment?  Chen4 years ago

    does this fit a VF37 twin scroll turbo?
  • Q: Will this help with the Boost Creep problem?  philmm942744 years ago

    I have a turbo back goin now; was unsure if I wanted to take the grimmspeed up pipe and EWG route. Will this help regulate boost/ do the same thing as the EWG?
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      A:  You might see a little bit better regulation but this will not fix boost creep completely.

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    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  You might see a little bit better regulation but this will not fix boost creep completely.

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  • Q: Stock wrx 14  southern.underground1723644 years ago

    So if I install right out the box it will be running 7psi on factory tune, until I protune correct?
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      A:  No, 7psi is when the wastegate will actually open up but you should hit your target boost however, if you install this without a protune, you need to watch your AFR very close to make sure you aren't damaging anything internally.

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  • Q: Is there any Cobb map for this upgrade  davinelika5 years ago

    Is there any available COBB map that designed for this modification?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  No there is not a Cobb map for this however, this will not require any sort of tune.

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  • Q: Max boost supported?  Purist5 years ago

    I'd like to use this on an ATP GTX3071R with E85, what peak (reliable) boost will this handle?
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      A:  As much as you would like. Just change the spring or use a boost controller and crank it up!

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  • Q: Tuning  Tjclegg95 years ago

    I'm running my wrx stage 2 with a pro tune. Im around 20psi peak boost. Will this product benefit me at all? My current IWG is stock but I'm considering buying this with a turbosmart BOV. My current stock BOV leaks boost.
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      A:  It is a direct replacement for your existing actuator but performs much better in terms of response.

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  • Q: Vs stock  Devon43905 years ago

    My stock turbo, wastegate, and actuator is allowing my car to reach 19-20 psi. This actuator will bring me down to 7psi?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  This actuator is setup for 7psi, which is the minimum boost. The boost can be raised from 7 psi with a custom tune.

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  • Q: Boost creep  younoleit5 years ago

    Will this product help to fix boost creep?
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      A:  No it would not. Boost creep is related to calibration issues, and not issues associated with hard parts. The wastegate is just a mechanical arm that is controlled by a boost solenoid that is controlled by the ECU. So after its all said and done, the Wastegate only does what the ECU tells it to do.

      Kirill C. @ RallySport Direct 5 years ago  
        
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      A:  It will not help fend away mr. boost creep. However what Kirill said is not entirely true. Creep can be present even when the WG is fully open. Therefore, it cannot be fully tuned out. Best bet is to either have an EWG set up or a ported IWG.

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  • Q: Fix it!  SubiFanWRX125 years ago

    Hi, I have a 2012 WRX Stage 2, + SF intake,perrin uppipe, perrin inlet, and invidia catless downpipe. I recently started having overboosting issues after the inlet install, will this item fix my boost creep or do i have to go external only.
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      A:  You will most likely need an EWG

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    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  You might also need to look into gettin a pro-tune to correct this. That would be another option to avoid the cost associated with going EWG.

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  • Q: 09+ wrx  chase5 years ago

    Turbosmarts fitment chart shows this to fit the 09+ wrx any reason you don't show this part for the wrx? Would this actuator be a worthwhile upgrade for my 2013 wrx?
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      A:  You got us there. Thank you for pointing that out. The confirmed application listing has been updated to show the applicable WRX models as well.

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  • Q: hi   lutfu536 years ago

    if i install this for 12 sti im gonna have 7 psi more right?
    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  This actuator will not increase the boost pressure by just installing it. 7 psi refers to the minimum boost pressure and if you want to raise the pressure, then you will need a custom tune to adjust the boost solenoid.

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    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Your boost may go up just a touch versus your factory actuator but the initial response and peak will be much better. Add a tune to raise your overall boost target to maximize the benefit.

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    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  I purchased this for my 09 STi, it does raise the boost a little, i had to go to the LWG tune to keep it below 20 psi on my stage 1+. It really seems like it pulls a lot harder now in the top of the rpm than with the oem actuator.

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  • Q: does this part require a tune?  poklei051696 years ago

    does this part require a tune?
    • 3 of 3 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  This part does not require a tune, it is a direct replacement for your existing actuator but performs much better than the factory unit.

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