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I've had the PWM bits installed into my P28 and gather that I need to make a loom to the solenoid.
Typically the guy who did it for me is on holiday for 2 weeks now.

What pin out do I use??? I guess that's the variable voltage to one side of the solenoid and the other side of the solenoid goes to earth?
 

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EGR pin

Its not variable voltage, its PWM just like its called. Pulse Width Modulation. It's just turning on and off at a set frequency and changing duty cycle to adjust boost pressure.

One side of solenoid goes to a fused 12V source and the other to the ecu pin for EGR.
 

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You need a pretty solid fuse (like 5a) to handle transient inrush currents since solenoids have big peak draws to move the armature
 

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I would love to see how it works in crome
I messed with crome alot but never used this. But it should work i believe its only in crome pro tho.

I have neptune and was going to get a kit since is so damn cheap. But got no need for it.

To the OP.

All you need is 1 wire from the ecu. (I believe a11 egr ). It will output a ground pusle.
The other side of the solniod will need power. A fuse 12 volt ignition power soruce will work.


Dont forgot to set boost cut a psi or 2 lower then what your aiming for. Until you start to dial in the setting.
 

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Chess guys :)

There's a few Civics over here running Crome Pro and BBG. I'll find it how well it works soon!
 
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