Just another question. Wouldn't it be more logical when i have a split hose, that in higher RPM with more pressure i wouldn't be able to reach the desired pressure instead of reaching the desired pressure in lower RPM whereas the pressure is lower then in higher rpm?
I made some new logs today and what i see is that above 3000 rpm desired and actual boost pressure are almost identical, but below there are massive differences.
A split hose seems therefore unlogical to me.
EDIT: FYI i cleaned the EGR and Boost Pressure sensor again but that makes no differences at all. Still too little pressure beneath 2000 rpm and too 'much' pressure till 3000 rpm. After 3000 rpm everything seems fine.
After reading stuff on this forum i now think it might be the MAF. I did try to disconnect the maf, but it wouldn't get loose. Problem is i cannot see the connector so i dont know how to loosen it.
Last edited by onnaj; 12-04-11 at 14:26.