The BCS (boost control solenoid) is on the strut tower, passenger side. It has two vacuum lines running to it and a two prong electrical connector. I took off the vacuum lines, the two 10mm nuts that hold the BCS to the car, and clipped the two green test connectors (under dash, left side) together. Plugging those together puts the car in test mode, which cycles the fans and basically all the sensors etc. when the key is on (don't start it) I sprayed a little electrical parts cleaner into the nipples that the vacuum lines attach to in short bursts a few seconds apart, disconnected the green clips and put it back together.
I also cleaned out the vacuum lines that attach to the turbo, T connector, and waste gate actuator since that is where the restrictor pill lives. I used the same cleaner, sprayed into one end, blew through it and then the other. I put my thumb over the line that T's off so that the cleaner and air blew only where it needed to. Again, put it back together and off I drove.
First though, I used the reset ECU and switch map functions of my access port, just re-entering the stage 2 map I always run. The way you "train" the ECU to hit boost levels correctly (without a dyno) is to run WOT (wide open throttle) in third gear to red line a few times. I use empty on ramps to do this, as redline in third is around 85-90 mph, and you need to be able to hold it at WOT all the way for it to work correctly.
I took the car back out for a few more miles and it's running great