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How to hook up MBC properly to Tial 38mm Gate?

I got a MBC with 2 ports, 1 in and 1 out.

It woulkd make sense to me for it to just intercept the line going to the gate, however I have read that some people use the top port on the MBC and tee it off somehow.

I cant find info anywhere, turbomustangs is about useless.. only info I found was through google on ricer sites but no definitive answers



On a side note can I run it into the car with real long vacuum lines?


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If you got to the instillation diagram, you will see.

http://www.tialsport.com/techincal.htm

You hook up the bottom port of the mbc to the side of the wg. Then the side of the mbc goes to the top of the wg. That way the spring is being pushed down in the wg.

You have to T it into the source too.

This is what I have read, I have not put mine on yet.


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Mine goes from the turbo housing to MBC. Then from the MBC to the side port on my Tial WG. Top port is left open on the WG.

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Thats what I think I am gonna do.. the instructions that came with it say that very vaguely

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Bleeding air from the bottom or adding air to the top of the gate will add boost.

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What is the point 'f the "vent" drawn between the MBC and top of the wg? Maybe they just mean leave it vented if not using a MBC?

Is there a purpose for a one way check valve in there somewhere? Maybe it's not on the MBC, but I remember the need for one somewhere in the vacuum lines. Trying to get all my thoughts together before my install.

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My turbonetics/home depot MBC says to:

1. use a boost-referenced port before the butterflies and T it.
2. One side goes to the bottom of the wastegate, the other to the MBC
3. the output of the MBC goes to the top of the wastegate.

it just depends on what you believe is more "safe" I guess. Bleeding off boost and venting the wastegate or using boost pressure on both sides of the spring in the wastegate.
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