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Old 04-09-2012, 10:08 PM
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Hey just wondering if ya can help me out I've got a fx stealth bov on the car, I got the car ecuteck tuned and had it turned off but when I open it up it seems to back fire would adjusting the spring pressure solve the back firing issue ??? Do I have to get it retuned with the bov turned on ??
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Return to stock bov, backfiring will be fixed!
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One of your chromosomes backfired during development pal.
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It is cold at the moment and due to that simple science tells us that the air is more dense at lower temperatures. Your turbo is just working that little bit better and forcing more air into the motor. It's a wonder your car hasn't thrown a CEL (check engine light) or some other error code. My advice would be to turn have the car retuned while the weather is still cold and in the mean time don't mash the throttle flat and wonder why it's making all sorts of weird and wonderful noises :-)
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Yes. Bov will cause your car to back fire,take it back to the tuner and get them to retune it or just live with the backfiring if you don't want to spend money. Personally I think bovs are gay, you don't need one unless your running big horse power. The standard Bov is more than capible of doing its job.put stock Bov back on
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yes. Bov will cause your car to back fire,take it back to the tuner and get them to retune it or just live with the backfiring if you don't want to spend money. Personally i think bovs are gay, you don't need one unless your running big horse power. The standard bov is more than capible of doing its job.put stock bov back on
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