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SupraMadic
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hey guys

i was wondering what kind of bov i could use without my car stalling, right now i have a hks racing and want to switch over. I was looking at maybe hks ssq , blitz ssq or even greddy type S. My only fuel for right now would only be afcII anyone running a different bov? without there car stalling let me know :)
 

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GReddy Type S for lower boost applications and GReddy type R/RS for higher boost applications.

Forza,
Kevin
 

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He's not trying to start a "which bov is nice" thread. This is more of a "which bov can I run without getting rid of the maf and not stall" thread.
 

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michaelvanle said:
He's not trying to start a "which bov is nice" thread. This is more of a "which bov can I run without getting rid of the maf and not stall" thread.

Excatly.. i dont want to get a bov that sounds nice and makes me stall just want to know if any na-t members out here running a different kind of bov, ill be on 7psi or so , i do want the hks ssq or blitz ssq but i would settle for greddy type s if it works fine without me stalling. Anyone out here running a one of these bov's? with just afcII?
 

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SupraMan35 said:
i take it the hks ssq is no good for low boost then? :(
No, It's actually a good BOV. I personally know several people that run the HKS SSQ on their na-t without stalling problems. Hence the reason I said it was a nice BOV... A nice BOV for his application.

People just like to argue... :dunno:
 

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michaelvanle said:
Care to explain?
What's their to explain? Use a DSM BOV..... they are cheap and easily attainable. They aren't the recirculating type though......
 

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DSM 1g BOV = works great, cheap and plentiful.

Easy upgrade for the 3SI guys, no reason it wouldn't be a cheap upgrade to any NA-T'er on a budget. Especially when you pushing what, 12-14psi at best on the average joe's setup? They'll hold 16 all day long, they're quite and they're closed loop.

10$ adaptor to weld it on to your pipes, pick them up on greedbay or any DSM forum.
Now, they aren't pretty.... so don't expect to win your mad tyte jdm style points or shit from a car shows.
 

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No, It's actually a good BOV. I personally know several people that run the HKS SSQ on their na-t without stalling problems. Hence the reason I said it was a nice BOV... A nice BOV for his application.

People just like to argue... :dunno:
sup, so you know na-t owners using the hks ssq without stalling problems?? that is good news man :)
 

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I've got a Blitz ssq @ 8psi & no stalling issues.
 

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Sorry, I don't. My friend is planning on getting one for his website, but it will probably be awhile for that.
 

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TimmyD said:
Sorry, I don't. My friend is planning on getting one for his website, but it will probably be awhile for that.

is there a chance i can see your setup? engine bay pics perhaps?
 

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I've some problems with my SSQV bov...I'm running ls400 maf + 525c injectors and my engine stall when it's start around 3000 rpm until idle......
I boost approx. 10 psi....

I'll run my car at 14-15 psi soon so I hope I'll be ok.....

JB
 

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get a VPC, no more stalling issues!!! i ran a hks ssqv with the hks safr w/ stock maf no stalling issues. i think with any bov u run open, while running a maf, u will have stalling problems.
 
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