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Old 09-05-2005, 09:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Safc+vta?

Hey, if i were to get a S-AFC would i be able to tune to VTA with say a turboxs-RFL?
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Hey, if i were to get a S-AFC would i be able to tune to VTA with say a turboxs-RFL?
No.

If you happen to ask another question related to methods for making VTA work, I will have to refrain from helping further. You should not even be considering a VTA BOV...





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Old 09-05-2005, 12:33 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Warrtalon is right, we can't tune an AFC to vent.
You can try it. Some cars are more touchy then others and if you can live with the stumbling between shifts...
If you really have your hear a BOV, do it right and change your air metering system.



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Old 09-05-2005, 09:16 PM   #4 (permalink)
 
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No.

If you happen to ask another question related to methods for making VTA work, I will have to refrain from helping further. You should not even be considering a VTA BOV...
holy shit sorry, i didnt think a question would piss u off. Thx for the answer though, ill for sure go recirc when i make my bov purchase
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If you want a "neat sounding" bov that recircs good and doesnt surge...go with the greddy type s (if you can find one) from road race engineering...thiers are modified to recirc..and fit like a dream..they have like 13 left i think and its 230 bucks for the whole kit... and just a tidbit..my friend put an RFL on his evo...and nomatter what he did to the decel air function on his safcII it stalled and shuttered all the time..it was horrible to drive..and frankly..you can kinda achieve the same sound on a stock bov with an intake...not as loud..but you will hear it!! VTA is not a good idea on the 4G63...
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