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Old 19-01-2011, 09:56   #16
EVO SMITH
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Get rid of the BOV, blank off all the pipes and run without. You will love the noise it makes and its free.

do a search on here to find out, this issue has been covered loads over the years.
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Old 19-01-2011, 17:04   #17
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Hi Steve

TBH it was Ryans Scooby that got me started on this (the bast*rd! ) anyway i have some good advice here. It is idling a bit randomly anyway at the moment so before i go spending any more money on valves i think i'll get the idle control checked and give the spare throttle body i have a clean and slap that on and see if it makes and difference.
I agree, BOV's are secondry, sort out the issues first dude, theres plenty of time for fun.
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