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Old 12-22-2010, 06:23 PM   #1
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Hi I'm a noob to turbo miata, I got a fm2 kit, everytime when i let go a little of the gas the car shake, that is in any rpm higher than 1500. What can i do about it? I believe my bov is not recirculate, I don't see a recirculate line.

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Pics of BOV?
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Pics of BOV?
I want to see his kneuter.
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Old 12-23-2010, 03:52 PM   #4
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I don't have a picture right now but its aps bov.
Which looks like this
http://www.vividracing.com/catalog/b...ti-p-4697.html
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What does your BOV sound like?
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We need to know more about your car.
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If it looks like that, then it's simple. Take a hose, connect it to the end that vents to atmosphere, and connect the other end into the pipe between your MAF and your turbo compressor. Game over.
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I will post some pictures tommorrow. Thanks guys for helping me out.
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Here are the pictures, so what does it needs to get my car run normal and
is it possible to use a hks bov and the car still idles good?

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I'm gonna go out on a limb and say your problem has NOTHING to do with the BOV, see that filter, that's where your air leaves, it's not recirculate and I'm not really sure what made you think it was, or that is what caused your problem.
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if your trying to make it recirculate, do this:


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so what is causing the shake? im kinda lost here
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What are you using for fuel control? What does your wide and say while this "shaking" is happening?
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ecu im using fm2 link. I don't understand the second question you are asking, but basically everytime when i let go off the gas between 2k rpm or higher, the car "shake" for a second, it feels like there's a push from behind. This happens to my evo too, and i know that's because my bov doesn't recirculate.
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sounds like maybe a broken motor mount or something.. the entire engine and drive train is twisting maybe?

if ecu related, acceleration settings?
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Perhaps its getting too much fuel for the 20-30kpa range so it gets a bit of a kick as you're releasing the gas?

When you get off the throttle what does your boost gauge do?

The bov has nothing to do with this. Also how long does your bov vent for when you release the gas?
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