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I'm just curious here, but I've heard of the disadvantages of venting the BOV to the atmosphere and wondering how the HKS SSQV vents and still makes that whistle? I'm not as stupid as this sounds though so please have mercy on me;) :whip:
 
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so does that mean the AFM has to be removed to install the HKS SSQV in order to eliminate the rich spot that happens when shifting?
 

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lanky189 said:
so does that mean the AFM has to be removed to install the HKS SSQV in order to eliminate the rich spot that happens when shifting?
In a way yes that is correct. The AFM does not HAVE to be removed to vent a BOV to the atmosphere. I did it for 2.5 years with the AFM. It's just a matter of getting the adjustment screw just right. If you do it correctly, it won't run excessively rich. It will be rich for that temporary moment or two, but not as bad as if you backed out the screw.
 

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i backed my screw all the way out, and had more probs with it all the way in... diff solutions for diff cars.
 

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just use an SAFC and lean it out a bit at <1000RPMS. works for me!
 
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