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Old 07-13-2011, 05:05 PM   #1
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Bov not functioning properly

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Ive been having this problem with my BOV, and I've had great luck with help from this forum in the past. I have tried to fix this problem a few different ways, but to no avail,,, heres the story

I gots an s14 sr20 in a 96 240. All hardpipes, HKS BOV and wastegate, full exhaust turbo back, greddy boost controller.

Ive had this setup for quite some time, at least 4years, 60k miles. The bov has always worked flawlessly with no flutter. The craziest part is that i have the bov line coming from the vacuum on the intake mani, tee'd twice to a boost gauge and boost controller. I know this is BAD,, but ive never had a single problem with this setup. always worked great

I just drove the car on a 500mile road trip and notice it was starting to flutter. Checked the boost lines and sure enough i had a rip right by the BOV, i cut the tear out and reattached but it is STILL causing some flutter and i am not happy,, how can people say this sounds cool???

Yesterday i removed the bov lines and left the boost gauge unhooked, bought all new lines and ran the BOV on its own brand new line from the intake mani to the bov with no tee's. But this didnt help at all, same thing

Basically, the BOV is opening, but not for long enough,, I get a blow off, then flutter from the intake filter after the bov closes early,, Never done this before and I am not impressed, and i dont want to tear anything up. I am down to two options,,

1) clean the HKS SSQV,, i hear this helps sometimes
2) get a new BOV,,

I was wondering if anyone else had any suggestions as to what else i could take a look at.. any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks guys in advance
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BOVs go bad yours has died... sorry.

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atmoshperic venting is wasteful
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BOVs go bad yours has died... sorry.

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atmoshperic venting is wasteful
Hey thanks for the quick reply game, I thought this was the case too,, Surprisingly someone is selling brand new authentic hks ssqv on ebay for 80 right now, what a steal.

I realize venting is wasteful, but it is also sexy!!
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you can still hear it if you re route it brother.

I had a leaky blitz before man.. i was in denial about it lol... put on a dsm bov and no issues.
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