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Old 06-03-18, 08:32 PM   #1
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Hi all newbie here.recently purchased a 306dturbo after 4 years of selling my first 1 will say sorry now if this is long. Has i was doing the good old tune up i done the wastgate then moved on to the max fuel screw then boost compensator and what i thought was quarter a turn on the max screw took it out didnt notice much so another quarter still the same but had quite a loud turbo noise so i suspected boost leak checked all pipes fixed d-seal no change also what happens is there is a nice pull then nothing the rest of the revs apart from this rush of air any way left it a few days till today opened the pump got the allen key in and relised the allen key is twisting not the screw. Now i was thinking only the turbo is tweaked put some power out then theres no fuel to go with it so is this the cause of the air i can hear untill i can get this screw turned.
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