I beleive your missing the point.. An L36 PCM WILL NOT read the solenoid! Even if the file is encoded into the PCM. So thereforehe will never have a good running car, unless he sends the pcm back to Intense.
There are ways to bypass the solenoid-NOT THE BBV. And I agree everyone should keep the BBV.
What ppl. don't understand is swapped cars using the stock (or reproged) L36 PCM is the BBV solenoid does read. If he used a PCM from an L67 car and had the same file the PCM would control boost.
You guys over here don't have a lot of experience with the TS/swapped cars, so if you don't want my help fine.
And your right-bad advice to free up the exhaust and possibly lower KR
And I agree with getting a scantool, it should've been purchased before the swap. Or at least have full time access to one for the first few weeks afterwards.