I advanced the cam 2 degrees forward. What this does is moves the peak torque lower in the rev range to give a smoother more flat power curve instead of the (come on strong all at once) power band. At this point Im only running the standard wastegate boost setting of 5 psi until Im happy with every thing.With the new turbo, the thing still top ends well due to the size of the exhaust housing. I also had to set the base timing again as it had moved due to the distributor running off the end of the camshaft.Im trying to get the car to make as much smooth torque as possible in the rev range that it gets driven most 2000-4500 rpm (Daily Driver remember) This smoothing out of the power bannd makes for much better traction out of corners and is more predictable to drive.Hopefully I can get it on a dyno and do some runs with the cam in the retarded, stock and advanced positions as a comparison. More boost soon.Now running 7 psi.It would seem sensible to leave it where it is at the moment because I get good traction in 2nd 3rd 4th and fifth on a dry road with a great spread of torque , very drivableStill a bit of wheelspin out of corners but not as much as 10 psi. Ive always wondered about the effects of increasing plenum volume/ size and what it would do. So... I had a 1 inch/ 25mm spacer cut out of aluminium to space the EFI cover up and increase plenum volume by roughly 15-20% and here it is.