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I've researched and searched but i havent found any answers.

Does having the wastegate only on the crossover cause boost creep? All the kits I have seen have the wastegate only one side of the header not at the where they merge and go in to the turbo.

Are B and G kits any good? Mainly the hotside?
 

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B&G are nice kits....and yes I've got mine on the crossover and it works fine. Check out ponydown kits as I think they have them on the crossover too. By the way if your looking theres a sweet deal on a ponydown hotside and MP70 on turbomustangs.com
 

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Yea go to the turbo for sale section over there and you should see it. If I remember correctly it was a pretty good deal. I have a pony down kit and have no issues with boostcreep with the placement of the wastegate. From what Ive seen the b&g kits sem to be pretty good. My ponydown kit is pretty decent but I do wish I did a DIY kit often.
 

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Does having the wastegate only on the crossover cause boost creep? All the kits I have seen have the wastegate only one side of the header not at the where they merge and go in to the turbo.
Yes and no.

It only seems to become more of an issue when you get into higher
boost levels .... like 15-20+psi and exhaust flows demand a "perfect" design.

Have seen many turbo kits built like you are describing and they all seem
to work ok at modest boost levels.
 
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