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Solved. New BOV defective?
Posted by SMP (more from SMP) on Thu, 2 Jun 2016 18:55:20
In Reply to: 9k Aero BOV question (diaphragm vs spring), SMP, Tue, 31 May 2016 08:05:43
So I managed to get my hands on an other new BOV valve, this time a pro parts brand vs the other one which had the brand name etched off of it!
The pro parts one also has the spring and the metal plate vs the diaphragm. This one however was a bit heavier duty and it was hard to move the spring with your finger...
Anyway the Pro parts one works like a charm and has left me with awesome boost and a clean singular dump when I let off the throttle. :)
I think the car is idling a bit better now as well.
The first one I tried which I bought from NAPA that had the brand name etched off of it must have been defective, or just not made for my car.
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