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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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The Synchronic BOV is designed to be open under low load conditions. The Anti-Stall kit is designed to prevent unmeasured air from being sucked in, or metered air being blown out of the engine.  If you are running an efficient turbo, the charge pipe pressure may be higher than the spring keeping the anti-stall kit sealed, and is causing the excess air to be blown out of the BOV. While the intake manifold is under boost, the valve is closed and will not open again until the intake manifold pressure drops. We highly recommend re-circulating the BOV discharge back into the intake piping before the turbo, and after the MAF sensor.

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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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