Your car wont run too well with a SSQV, or any atmo BOV for that matter. Your car runs a MAF meter to fuel the engine, when you jump off the gas, all that intake air escaping to atmo has been measured by the MAF so the ecu pours fuel in to match (bad). To run well on your stock US ecu (MAF), you need a recirculating BOV.RiceViper said:I just put my SSQV on. Obviously shifting will not be exactly the same because its not a recirculating BOV and letting of the throttle seems to be a little jumpy, correct? Maybe im imagining things but the car feels a bit more rough when it idles, does this all sound normal?
you will need the HKS Recirculation Fitting for 1'' ID hose (SSQV)RiceViper said:I just put my SSQV on. Obviously shifting will not be exactly the same because its not a recirculating BOV and letting of the throttle seems to be a little jumpy, correct? Maybe im imagining things but the car feels a bit more rough when it idles, does this all sound normal?
I'm running USDM injectors + USDM cams with JDM MAP based ECU..... haven't got time on it yet, but hoping for great things!Sicarius123 said:Honestly, I'm one of those MAP sensor running JDM boys, much happier with that than larger cams
crossways said:Actually the stock Supra BOV is quite good. Maybe even the best OEM BOV, next to perhaps the 1g DSM BOV. I doubt a SSQV can last 78K miles and 9 years with equal reliability.
First off I dont see how any question concerning the BPV or BOV is not relevant to this thread. Being misinformed is the 1st concern that must be corrected.MtFujiSupra said:If this distinction was important why do so many install a venting BOV and bitch about stalling? Non value-added comment
I'm glad I saw this, just ordered mine, almost $20 with shipping.Ranger498 said:you will need the HKS Recirculation Fitting for 1'' ID hose (SSQV)
mVp sells this item (ITEM # HK 1421-FIT001 ) for $12.00
This is the fitting necessary to allow a Super Sequential BOV to route expelled air back into the intake. We recommend this if you will be using an HKS SSQV BOV on a car without a VPC or other electronic controller that removes the stock Mass Air Flow meter. Hose not included.
Sorry bro my post post was not relevant to the thread, my bad.MtFujiSupra said:OK, texas, have it your way. If you want to start a thread about this vs. that go right ahead. The only thing that is being discussed is reliability and crossways made a statement relevant to that. Most understand that the stock unit bypasses air and doesn't blow it off...