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post #1 of 2 Old 06-20-2010, 12:47 PM Thread Starter
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BOV question.

Is there a way to spring, or run the vac lines on a blow off valve, so that it doesnt vent so much boost, and or is less sensitive to throttle closing?

Everytime I shift my car, it falls down far, and takes too much time to come back up, IMO.

I have two springs a soft and a hard one, and have the line ran to my vac tee on the firewall.


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Not sure what your problem is. Boost should return instantly unless you are shifting way slow and loosing the same amount of rpms each shift. I will assume thats not it.

Maybe The BOV isn't closing back up after opening right away. I run a 50mm Tial BOV and I believe that one if not the biggest out there, and I dont have a problems.

Is the BOV closed at idle?

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