I guess it might work but the WG DC table would have to be spot on.
Adding more complexity with an extra 3-way solenoid and mbc doesn't seem worth the hassel. imo its much easier to either have some self-control over your right foot or just take a few minutes to flash a new map.
It may seem complex, but really it's simple. The solenoid is either going to allow the WG solenoid to send pressure to the actuator, or it'll block that flow and allow a boost signal directly from the turbo to the WG actuator. This will provide a minimum possible boost (which with a stiffer spring or S2 or AGP might end up being 7-10 psi all by itself).
Having that same acuator with using the PCM to control WG and having like a S2 flash, even with self control, you'll get alot of part throttle boosting, right?
My goal is when I need the extra go power on the highway (for whatever reason
, I'd like to be able to flip a switch, rather than have to pull over and re-flash).
Having the PRP makes me want to think about letting the PCM control the high boost, but I want to be able to fake out the pcm for a low boost fuel economy (yet still be able to go WOT). Sometimes I'd like full-throttle but don't need 400 ft-lbs of torque.
I'm sorry if it seems like I'm stubborn, (which I am BTW,
) I'm probably the only one who's thinking being able to switch between two levels without having to re-flash is a good thing.
And thanks for the constructive dialogue, I'll have to get a few things done before I'm ready to try out a reflash. So being able to discuss some theoretical ideas is helpful.