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haha whats up brother? ill text you about this but we are trying to get a local meet.
but back on topic i am thinking about doing this. idk yet.
 

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i take it the greddy valve you have now is vta? if it isn\'t causing any problems, then leave it alone, but if you\'d rather have a stocker-feel like the stock bpv, the recirculation fitting will help , i dont see why it wouldnt work.
 

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well in any VTA setting the injectors usually feed a lil more fuel after the BOV actuates so we all deal with a lil rich spike at that moment. At the very least you would be able to get ride of that and mabey save some gunky injectors or some wear on your cat. You would need to do a fair ammount of retuning though and it's not like you would get power gain out of it. Cool to try but I don't know if it would be worth it.
 

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[quote author=DeToX link=topic=135212.msg2910249#msg2910249 date=1233706039]
i take it the greddy valve you have now is vta? if it isn\'t causing any problems, then leave it alone, but if you\'d rather have a stocker-feel like the stock bpv, the recirculation fitting will help , i dont see why it wouldnt work.
[/quote]yeah mine is vta.[quote author=Millionbucks link=topic=135212.msg2910256#msg2910256 date=1233706211]
well in any VTA setting the injectors usually feed a lil more fuel after the BOV actuates so we all deal with a lil rich spike at that moment. At the very least you would be able to get ride of that and mabey save some gunky injectors or some wear on your cat. You would need to do a fair ammount of retuning though and it's not like you would get power gain out of it. Cool to try but I don't know if it would be worth it.
well i dont have any cats hehe
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i'd do it, keep that turbo spooled!
 

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[quote author=jesusm3 link=topic=135212.msg2910261#msg2910261 date=1233706408]
[quote author=DeToX link=topic=135212.msg2910249#msg2910249 date=1233706039]
i take it the greddy valve you have now is vta? if it isn\'t causing any problems, then leave it alone, but if you\'d rather have a stocker-feel like the stock bpv, the recirculation fitting will help , i dont see why it wouldnt work.
[/quote]yeah mine is vta.[quote author=Millionbucks link=topic=135212.msg2910256#msg2910256 date=1233706211]
well in any VTA setting the injectors usually feed a lil more fuel after the BOV actuates so we all deal with a lil rich spike at that moment. At the very least you would be able to get ride of that and mabey save some gunky injectors or some wear on your cat. You would need to do a fair ammount of retuning though and it's not like you would get power gain out of it. Cool to try but I don't know if it would be worth it.
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well i dont have any cats hehe
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Well one less reason to get a Recirc lol...

neither do I BTW.... shhhhhhh
 

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[quote author=aminzer link=topic=135212.msg2910574#msg2910574 date=1233714011]
you have no reason to....your an atx when you shift you stay in boost, and your not having any stalling issues or odd backfiring which is normal for cars that need to run recirc.
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i appreciate it. i was on street unit and looking around and i saw the piece so it caught my curiousity and was thinking about it. i was wondering if it would benifet me or not.
 
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