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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-03-2006, 03:03 AM Thread Starter
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boost relief valve?

are boost valves even worth b/c you will actually lose boost.

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you won't lose any boost that you can see on the guage, but technically they do waste charge air to atmosphere. That is why I recommend the ITP Boost regulator instead.

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you won't lose any boost that you can see on the guage, but technically they do waste charge air to atmosphere. That is why I recommend the ITP Boost regulator instead.

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:agreed: :agreed: :agreed:
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you won't lose any boost that you can see on the guage, but technically they do waste charge air to atmosphere. That is why I recommend the ITP Boost regulator instead.

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Oddly enough...I recommend the same one! :roflmao:

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Oddly enough...I recommend the same one! :roflmao:
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I recommend it too!!:HappyMugs
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OverBoost Eliminator

The SP Diesel Overboost Eliminator will plug right in, no plumbing needed and you can take the boost way up. Far Simpler time proven method.:Thumbup:
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i vote for the ITP ive got one and love it no charge air lost
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