You can connect a Mityvac (or similar) to the tube coming off the wastegate actuator and apply a pressure. You then just keep pumping up the pressure until you see the actuator starts to move, then check the gauge for a reading.How would anyone know when their wastegate starts to move?
Ah, new information surfacesI'm also running PP2 injectors so the fuelling isn't perfect yet as I need to get a remap done.
I guess that is a possibilitySo it could well be over fuelling then.
I haven't, but that is definitely worth finding out.Have you asked Rake if others have suffered from this prior to the remap?
YesDo you still have a standard air box?
My actuator is free and N75 is connected properly (to the best of my knowledge). But thanks for the garage recommendation. I'll definitely bear them in mind for getting the timing tweaked.I've had issues with severe lack of power especially on the hills. The actuator rod was stuck and the n75 valve was not correctly connected.