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Hi Everyone,

I'm thinking of buying a set of twin HKS Dumpvalves for My 94 R32 GTR V spec 2.

One set is meant to be istalled in front of the intake plenum, whilst the other is not.

What do you think or is it best not to bother with them ?

Cheers.

Baz.
 

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As far as I know, the twin sets can't be bought new any more, so good luck finding some.
 

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it depends on your setup but as standard the ecu relies on the recirclutating BOVs accounting for the recirculated air, AFAIK when you fit atmospheric BOVs the air 'goes missing' and confuses the ecu.

this is my limited knowledge so am prepared to be set right!

kev:thumbsup:
 

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i just re-read that and it sounds a little confusing! :(
 

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As with all cars, it makes them run a little rich just after a gear change due to metered air being dumped to atmosphere.
 

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they are fine, some cars can suffer from problems but in the main its fine :)

we have a set of good condition twin HKS bovs for GT-R
 

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R32 BOV'S

Ok so as far as I can make out, if I fit a set to My car it will run a bit richer every time I change gear as the ecu will compensate for the " missing " air that's not being recirculated & this may result in a flame coming from the exhaust.

The car is fitted with a Mines ecu & pops flames out the exhaust already. Would the car need remapping as it seems it'll be running too rich ?

Also if I do get a set where's the best place to fit them, in front of the plenum or not ?

Cheers again guys as You've really helped me on this one.

Baz. :thumbsup:
 
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