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Super-Duty Turbo Wastegate problems

I have a Super Duty, intercooled set up in my truck and the wastegate seems to be out of adjustment. When its attached it will push 13-14psi during mild driving and about 18psi full throttle. When I block off the wastegate it will push a max 26-27psi but is very fluctuating. I feel like when its on its not enough boost and when its off its not a very controllable amount of boost. Can someone help me out here? Thanks
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Unhook the wastegate rod and turn the end. It's a threaded rod so turn the end to adjust it. You can stick a mighty vac on the wastegate and pump it to see when the wastegate starts to open up and adjust it to your liking.
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Just make sure the rod going into the waste gate diaphram does not turn.
Hold it with pliers and turn the clevis end only.

Shorter is more boost.
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