Wastegate Piping Instructions?

Answer The bypass filter used with turbocharged engines is called a wastegate. The purpose of this filter is to regulate the flow of the engine's exhaust gases -- diverting the gases away from the turbine... Read More »

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External Wastegate Installation Instructions?

Wastegates regulate boost in turbocharged engines, an important safety function to prevent overboosting and potential engine damage. There are two kinds of wastegates: internal and external. Extern... Read More »

How to Block the Wastegate on a 12V?

The Cummins 12V turbodiesel engine that was available in 1994 through 1998 Dodge Ram three-quarter-ton and one-ton trucks has seen wide use among performance enthusiasts. The 12V is a strong engine... Read More »

Where do the vacuum lines go on a wastegate?

Vacuum line kit instructions say that the large plastic T connector or fitting is spliced into the brake booster line just behind the air filter; otherwise, you must drill into the intake manifold,... Read More »

What is PEX piping?

PEX plastic pipe has been used in other countries for years, and has recently become more popular in the United States. PEX is lightweight, inexpensive and easy to work with, making it an excellen... Read More »