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Old 27 Feb 2010, 09:45 am
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Default BOV and PTB

Looking for some advice - I've installed the ST1 Wastegate Accuator, and with a little preload I'm getting a couple more pounds of boost (and it's holding the boost longer), which was my goal. I'm concerned about the Partial Throttle Boost though. A friend suggested that I add another BOV in line by splicing into the Charge air cooler-to-throttle body air intake duct. I have the MOPAR BOV in place, but was told that by adding another BOV along with the MOPAR (GReedy or similar brand with adjustable control), I could correct the imbalance and eliminate the surging. Does this sound correct?
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Old 27 Feb 2010, 02:11 pm
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Default Re: BOV and PTB

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Looking for some advice - I've installed the ST1 Wastegate Accuator, and with a little preload I'm getting a couple more pounds of boost (and it's holding the boost longer), which was my goal. I'm concerned about the Partial Throttle Boost though. A friend suggested that I add another BOV in line by splicing into the Charge air cooler-to-throttle body air intake duct. I have the MOPAR BOV in place, but was told that by adding another BOV along with the MOPAR (GReedy or similar brand with adjustable control), I could correct the imbalance and eliminate the surging. Does this sound correct?
Do you mean the stage 2 wga? Do you have the stage 1 upgrade (stage 1 pcm)? What are you boosting? PTB is not suppose to be a problem with the S2 waga.
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