In this situation where the turbo is too free flowing on the intake and exhaust side I don't believe a boost controller can lower my boost. I'm going to install a nipple into the turbo compressor outlet and plumb it straight to the WG. A manual boost controller basically restricts the boost pressure allowing the wastegate to stay closed longer/more. I need the opposite and hopefully a larger, more direct, wastegate boost reference line does the trick.
Lesson Learned: Don't use spray on adhesive for rubber seals on glass windows. Now I need to spend an hr or two removing all the 'glue' with acetone.
Sunday, I will be replacing the lug nuts and adjusting the coil overs for height and spring pre-load, it seems really bouncy.
I also found that the kouki tail light bulb sockets were drilled and the bulbs are held in place by duct tape. The e-brake cable seems stretched, maybe it can be adjusted. The hatch release/open lever feels worn out. I need a shift boot with the thing on the bottom. The ECU needs to be mounted. The front drivers headlight seems wobbly/flappy and needs adjustment. The drivers fender needs to be aligned and bolted on. Lots to do but I'm going to start daily driving it next week. Hopefully the weather starts getting better.
1990 240SX SR20DET