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Old 12-31-2007, 10:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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If I have a car+MAF+BOV...what is better or more efficience ????

- BOV near to TPS
- BOV near to compressor outlet

why???


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If I have a car+MAF+BOV...what is better or more efficience ????

- BOV near to TPS
- BOV near to compressor outlet

why???


thx.
It doesn't matter - it can only be in one place anyway, and that's connected between the intake pipe and UICP. It doesn't matter where it is between those 2 pieces.





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It doesn't matter - it can only be in one place anyway, and that's connected between the intake pipe and UICP. It doesn't matter where it is between those 2 pieces.
Well, you can actualy put it anywhere after the compressor. You just need a reference pressure from the intake manifold to actuate it.

There have been arguments on were to put it on custom systems and if i'm not mistaken it usually ends up nearest to the throttle body to avoid as much compressor surge as possible. The nearer to the throttle body it is the faster it can dissapate the back pressure from the plates closing.

Please correct me if i'm wrong Warr...
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I have no idea on any of that in reference to our stock MAF system in recirculation mode. "After the compressor" is basically the same thing anyway, because regardless of how close you get to the TB, you're still plumbing the UICP, and putting the BOV "between the intake pipe and UICP." That is, unless you go VTA and screw up the MAF...





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