But Yes from Nick?You CANNOT have a BlowOffValve on T-7 because T-7 "reads and needs" all the air that passes through the motor. If some of the leftover air goes out a BOV for the "PSSHT" noise T-7 will miss this. It's called "metered air". If there is too little "metered air", T-7 will freak out, and give you a CHECK ENGINE LIGHT.
30.11.09 at 12:49
Boost gauge must see manifold pressure/ vacuum to give you good data. T into the Bypass valve is the best idea.
You do not want to T into the MAP sensor or fuel regulator hoses. A failure of either of these signals will lead to engine damage at full boost.
On a t7 car there are rare times when you could see more pressure in front of the throttle. There is no vacuum on the intake pipe either. -N
Thats what you would normally worry about, but that system is the solenoid your bypassing. Regardless, the system is a noise reducer to make the car more "civil" anyway so you can t off the bov line regardless anyway, you may just get weird delays/responses like I did.The issue with T-7 and tapping the line to the BPV itself is that it will not read properly. There is a system that controls what the BPV sees, and you want to tap into the system that controls the BPV.