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Venting your BOV to the Atmosphere

Posted by Ludachris, Mar 29, 2004

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  1. Ludachris

    Ludachris Founder & Zookeeper

    Joined Nov 12, 2001
    Roseville, California
    For all those thinking of venting your BOV to the atmosphere - read up:

    Enter "BOV venting" in the keywords field and hit Search. Also try separate searches using "BOV atmosphere", "BOV vent rich", and "venting atmosphere". You'll find plenty of info on this subject that has already been beaten to death. Select the Thread Titles option for better results.

    Quick summary: don't vent your BOV to the atmosphere unless you're running a MAFT or standalone engine managament system, or you simply just don't care about your car's performance. A chip and/or S-AFC won't make it work right. If you vent your BOV with the stock MAF and you have stalling or stumbling problems, we don't want to hear about it. You've been warned. The only forum you may ask about venting your BOV (if you don't have an MAFT or standalone) is the Newbie forum.
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