Deltagates are notorious for coming apart. I still have a Deltagate and it works perfect. I rebuild my wastegare every 3-6 months. All you need is a new spring (~ $10.00) and a new Diaphram (~ $20.00) . You take it apart, put in the new spring and the new diaphram, and put it back together. Viola, you have a new wastgate! Deltagates work fine, you just need to rebuild them every so often.ShawnSE-R said:that is what I thought. broken piece of **** delta gate.
Like Jay said you only need to connect the one under the diaphram. The other is not used unless you have a boost controller. If you have a boost controller it will use the port above the diaphram. BUT in any case you will always need the one underneath the diaphram connected to you vacuum line which also would be connected to the BOV which also would be connected to your fuel pressure regulator and finally your manifold.ShawnSE-R said:My vacuum is connected from the side of the waste gate to the turbine housing and from the bottom of the waste gate to the blow off valve. I believe this is correct. Or am I a moron. It sounds terrible, like a rattle snake. **** analogy but all I can think of. I have yet to rebuild it, I will go ahead and do that first. Before it was divorced I could never figure out where that sound was coming from. Now I know.
wich one are you talking about...Some guys don't have the f-max manifold and some do
Which port for vacume and wich for Boost controller
Because with the FMAX your upside down.
I Will be needing the info soon as well