<VV> [fastvair] Wastegate install on Corsa

jfrost1207 at aol.com jfrost1207 at aol.com
Fri May 8 08:35:16 EDT 2009

Rick When I installed my turbonetics gate, I installed it right at the 
point where the exhaust goes up to the turbo . The dump exhaust is 
conected to the exhaust pipe leaving the turbo. I an not sure of the 
configuration of your tubo. This made a clean short neat location. Pipe 
length is 1 to 2" at most. My over all setup is simular to yours, no 
progression on the carb but running 15" boost. Jack

-----Original Message-----
From: Rick Loving <ral1963 at comcast.net>
To: fastvair at yahoogroups.com
Cc: virtualvairs at corvair.org
Sent: Thu, 7 May 2009 10:44 pm
Subject: [fastvair] Wastegate install on Corsa

Need a little assistance from fellow VV or FV'ers who have added a 
to their turbo.

I have a 66 Corsa clone that is running a progressive Webber, water
injection, and Safeguard.

Although I am comfortable keeping detonation down with the water 
and Safeguard but want to keep the boost below 10-12 psi.

I picked up a new, but unboxed Turbonetics Deltagate Mark 2 wastegate 
(9 lb
spring) and was looking for some basic install suggestions.

I don't have the instructions  and am unfamiliar with this model of

Any suggestions as to mounting location, where to route the dump 

It has ports for boost and vacuum, suggestions?

Rick Loving

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