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Boost leak testing with N2MB Boost Box

Not sure if this is the right section, I couldnt seem to find the N2MB section.

Anyways, was just curious if the boost leak test procedure is performed the same way as it is when stock, with a big turbo external wastegate and the boost box setup.

Should the the key still be on so the solenoid prevents the wastegate from opening when the pressure reaches the spring pressure? I was under the impression that the boost box was only active at a certain voltage from the TIP sensor, or a certain pressure from the MAP sensor.

Any input?

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I was having issues boost leak testing with the box set to TPS. But after i switched the box to MAP reference I can now test up to my overboost limit without the wastegate opening.

Just figured I'd update this thread if anyone has the same question in the future.

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