Here's my story. A couple of months ago I acquired an E36 316i Compact (M43B16 engine) and also managed to source a Mosselman turbo kit for 1.6 and 1.8 E36's. Most of it fitted relatively alright - even though it took a lot of blood, sweat and swearing to get certain things fitted.
Currently it's not running properly - it's kinda "hiccupy" every now and then, and under full throttle it bogs down like a cow in quick sand. With partial throttle it seems to go a bit better, but only so far - as it's not full throttle. At first I thought it might be over-fuelling, but after turning down the fuel pressure regulator a couple of turns (to lean it out/make it slightly less rich running) it seems even worse to some extent.
It's boosting fine as far as I can tell getting to just around the 5 psi mark (no boost controller attached for now) - but I think I might be missing a breather hose that I haven't disconnected or blocked off, or something along those lines...
I was hoping someone might be able to shed some light on this, with the aid of some pictures or in-detail description of what hoses need to be disconnected/re-routed. Or maybe give me some insight and general info about these engines (as I know more about Vauxhall engines than these over-engineered powerhouses) so I can figure out where the air/fuel/whatever might be going missing or just why it's running how it's running in general.