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I've been running ~9 lbs of boost (0.6 bar according to aftermarket boost gauge) for a while with aftermarket intake, downpipe, no exhaust system, and shimmed wategate. Just for curiousity's sake, I added one more washer to the wategate and was able to hit ~10 lbs (0.7 bar). Once in a while however, with the new setting, I would hit fuel cut. The question is, would backing out the stock AFM screw a bit help eliminate the fuel cut? Or am I better off going back to ~ 9lbs?


BTW: This would be a temporary solution, as I am planning on getting an ebc and a lex/550 setup further down the line.
 

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You have a sensitive AFM. I was able to hold 15psi on my stock afm/stock turbo.

Creating vacuum leaks cant hurt to much as you are most likely running pig rich as it is, but it may induce boost spikes.
 
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