Turbosmart GenV IWG Actuator Without Sensor Cap For BorgWarner EFR Turbochargers
Turbosmart GenV IWG (Internal Wastegate Actuator) Range provide improvements in boost control over your factory actuator. The large working surface area of our unique diaphragm system ensures increased boost response and control, at any performance or boost level.
Using Turbosmart’s locking collar system, you can also quickly change your base spring selection from 5, all the way up to 26psi. The Nitronic guide & Hard Chromed Intermediate Rod, mated with the swivel joint system ensure the best possible lower chamber seal for true twin port control strategies, unequalled actuation range and control.
Turbosmart GenV IWG Actuator Without Sensor Cap For BorgWarner EFR Turbochargers with sensor cap can be found HERE.
GenV cap including 1/8NPT reference ports
True Twin Port Control for a wide boost control window
Hard chromed Intermediate rod & nitride guide for cycle tested & proven reliability
Proprietary Swivel Joint for complete linear actuation
3 Secondary rods included to ensure fitment to all B1 & B2 single & twin scroll EFR’s
What is in
Everything you will need to get up and going with a Borg Warner EFR Turbocharger. That is, our
swivel adaptor allows fitment of any rod you need quickly and easily & we
took this opportunity to put all the parts, for all the current EFR range in
one box. All 3 rod options, and every spring you could need are inside the box,
ready for you to set up, on your EFR.
Is this a universal
No, this part
number is specifically put together to suit EFR Turbochargers…. However, those
handy will quickly realise there is allot in this box that can be customised.
You have a few rod options and all the springs. If you have a small bar bender
and consider yourself capable, you’d be surprised what you could come up with.
What do I need a
sensor cap for?
Not everyone will –
But for those interested, or pushing the absolute limits… We’ve found having
wastage positions sensor is an important value to data log. We’ve even worked
with some engine calibrators on using that sensor for closed loop, highly
technical boost control strategies. More data is always better.
What spring options
does the Gen-V IWG have?
You effectively have 7 options; 5psi, 7psi, 12psi, 19psi, 14psi, 21psi & 26psi with the use
and combination of just 3 springs. And remember, this is just base mechanical
spring pressure. Much higher levels of boost can be achieved with some type of
boost control or reference manipulation.
What is Twin Port
& Why would I need it?
Twin Port boost
control provides for pressure manipulation on both sides of the diaphragm of
the actuator. In the simplest of terms, this means you can have a much broader
range of boost control options & often able to fit a much softer spring
while still able to run very high levels of boost. This is because you can
force pressure into the top cap, keeping the gate shut for longer.
Wastegate not actuating – Confirm signal hose is
plumbed to a pressure only source, confirm pre-load during installation.
Poor wastegate actuation – Ensure signal hose is not
shared and is sourced as close to the compressor as possible, check seal on
Poor wastegate actuation – Confirm no obstructions in
actuator rod path.
Boost creeping at high rpm – Wastegate flow path is
poor, wastegate is too small for the application, ensure ball-joint is not
Failing the above, submit a technical request to Turbosmart
with information of your engine configuration and photos of installation.