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22 Aug 2013 10:10 #19456

As that's an ABV control valve it should be plumbed into the BOV that's replaced it. In no way does it connect to the turbo. On the cappo it connects to a check valve, the inlet manifold and the ABV vacuum port.

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22 Aug 2013 11:00 #19457

i stand very corrected :woohoo:
good job andy can along to save you from my bad advice ;) i will leave alone now and let the lads that actualt know the engine to help, in my dumb ass defence i would of thought a air bypass valve would be a boost controller of some sorts, what do it astucaly do ??

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22 Aug 2013 11:05 #19458

It's basically a BOV. Standard Suzuki ones being of the recirculating type. This has been replaced by a vent to atmosphere one.

There is definitely something wrong with the piping to the BOV though. What is it tee'd into?

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22 Aug 2013 11:35 #19459

It comes off the back of the intake, the tee'd off bit goes to the boost gauge, although the bov can be atmospheric it's capped off and recirculates

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22 Aug 2013 11:37 #19460

I had a feeling you would say it goes to the boost gauge. It's not the best place to do that from. Much better to tee off the hose that goes to the map sensor.

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22 Aug 2013 17:23 #19462

Can't see any map sensor :s

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16 Nov 2013 04:25 #20271

1989 Alto Works RS/R (F5B)
1989 Alto Works RS/R (F5B)
1991 Alto Works RS/R (F6A)
Last Edit: 16 Nov 2013 04:50 by TonyL. Reason: Didnt check the model before posting

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16 Nov 2013 17:28 #20273

thanks!!!! this is so helpful! :)

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