New Additions to the IWG-75 Internal Wastegate Actuator Range


Turbosmart’s Internal Wastegate Actuators are quickly becoming one of the hottest boost-control products on the market. Turbosmart’s actuator has a much larger working area than your stock actuator, which allows the fitment of more robust, heavier duty springs. This means you get much more control over boost. The boost curve comes on faster, stays flat, and because the Turbosmart actuator is less susceptible to exhaust back pressure, there is less drop-off at the end. To put it simply, with a Turbosmart IWG-75 you get more boost, earlier, and it stays strong for longer than your stock actuator could ever hope to achieve.

Let’s go over that again: More Boost. Earlier. For Longer. That, combined with the ability to swap springs and tailor your boost levels, means you simply can’t lose. That’s why Turbosmart’s motto is Engineered to WIN!

Because this product is so popular Turbosmart have expanded their range to suite more stock frame and aftermarket turbos.

New fitments include:

Ford F150 (2011-2012) Twin Turbo Ecoboost Black 5 PSI – TS-0622-4052 (Two actuators)
Ford Focus ST 2.0L EcoBoost – 7PSI: TS-0622-5072
Ford Focus RS 2.5L Turbo – 7PSI: TS-0622-3072
Ford Focus ST/XR5 2.5L – 7PSI: TS-0622-2072
Ford Powerstroke 7.3L– 21PSI: TS-0622-6212

With more coming soon:

IWG75 Borg Warner B1 120mm Rod Black 14 PSI – TS-0620-1142
IWG75 Borg Warner B2 140mm Rod Black 14 PSI – TS-0620-2142
IWG75 Borg Warner B3 160mm Rod Black 14 PSI – TS-0620-3142

12 thoughts on “New Additions to the IWG-75 Internal Wastegate Actuator Range

  1. I bought one of these waste gate actuators for my 2005 Evo 8, this car has mild bolt ons 330 whp car, I recently went to have cams installed at a very reputable tuner and they informed my that my Turbosmart Wastegate Actuator was no good and needed to be replaced. This part didn’t even last 2 years! I had to have the stock wga reinstalled. Is there any factory warranty on this part?

    • Hi Jason,

      Yes we do offer a warranty, if you would like to give us a call on (02) 9740 2809 we’ll will be happy to help you out.

  2. hello, I just want to know, can nissan pulsar sss c12 2014 using external wastegate? and if internal wastegate what size should I use?

    • Hi,

      If you are willing to do some fabrication you could install a new exhaust manifold with provision for an externally gates turbo and external wastegate, however unless you are going to be building the engine and getting a proper tune I would not go down this road. I would go with an internal wastegate actuator as this will offer more of a bolt on solution, you will still need a tune to make sure everything is as it should be and that you can make the most of the upped boost levels.

      If you are in the Sydney area drop in to see the guys at Croydon Racing Developments, as they are doing some good work with the new turbo Pulsars and will be able to give you some options as to how you can modify the car.

  3. Would I be able to use this iwg for a stock setup or when I get my bbt25 turbo would I be able to Use this wastegate instead on my 2g dsm

    • Hi,

      You can use this actuator on just about any turbo if you are able to make it fit. It is just a case of mounting it and bending the rod to suit your application. You will need to look at the turbo that you intend to replace the actuator on and decide if there is going to be room to fit our IWG-75 (all measurements are on our website), and whether you will be able to modify it to fit (it’s not a direct bolt on part in most applications).

      Take a look here for measurements on all of our range of actuators:

  4. just wondering what the spring rating is on the iwg75 actuator that is being used in the new c12 sss pulsars

    • Hi Con,

      We will most likely be sending them out set at 10psi, however that product hasn’t been released yet and is still in testing.

  5. Hi, i was just wondering if you have a YouTube video of how to swap the springs in these actuators?
    Iv got this wastegate on my evo 9 turbo and am wanting to swap springs. Judging from my boost gauge, im currently getting 28ish psi. So assume its a 26psi spring? Im wanting to lower the psi to 22 So i can control with my ebc.