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Detailed 3D Models of SB BOV

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Do I have to re-circulate the Synchronic BOV?

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Do I need the 1/8th NPT Upgrade?

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How many O-Rings does my flange need?

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I don't see a SB001 kit for my STI with a top mount intercooler.

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I've started to experience compressor surge, or a different sound coming from the BOV.

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If your Synchronic BOV started sounding different all of a sudden, we recommend removing the back cap by removing the 6x hex cap screws, and inspecting the smaller diameter preload spring for any binding or breaking. The unit will function fine without this preload spring (especially if the preload adjustment screw was being run in the factory position). Try removing the smaller preload spring, and see if that fixes the issues you're having with the blow off valve. In certain cases, the preload spring may break, and bind, interfering with the normal operation of the Blow Off Valve. 

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Is it ok to block off Port C on the BOV if I do not use it?

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Is the Blow-off Valve CARB certified?

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Troubleshooting Steps: Synchronic BOV V1

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Troubleshooting Steps: Synchronic BOV V2

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What are the dimensions of the Synchronic BOV?

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What improvements have been made to the Synchronic BOV?

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What is a Port C delete and what is the service procedure?

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What is causing my Anti-Stall Kit leak?

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What is the Anti-Stall Kit and how to properly install it?

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What is the BOV upgrade kit, and what does it include?

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What is the design philosophy behind the Synchronic Blow-Off valve

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Why are the brass fittings for the signal ports not able to be screwed down completely?

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