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Folks, the Syanapse valve does not make that quacking noise. It's a muted "rush" of air type of noise. That video of the quacking duck valve has nothing to do with the Syncronic valve at all.

Second, the Syncronic valve can be setup to either dump atmospherically OR to recirculate back into the intake track, your choice. On cars that are MAF/MAS equipped, Synapse offers a unique check valve dump setup that allows you to vent atmospherically and have no effect on idle or rich running during shifts. this check valve allows free flowing discharge to vent easily but keeps the valve from ingesting air post MAF/MAS which would affect the idle fuel trim of the vehicle. Again, just another option this valve has over the others out there.

Syncronic can hold ANY amount of boost you want to run and still react just as fast as low low boost. They're leak tested to 115psi before leaving the factory. Tial can't do that. Couple diesels in the area running running over 60lbs of boost with these valves and still the same spring that you'd run at 5psi so the valves actuation speed and sensitivity are unchanged.

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Adam Hennessy
Old 01-26-2008, 01:24 PM
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