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The neat thing about the SB001 is that when it's vented back into the intake plenum there is no "whoosh" sound. If there was not an improved throttle response you would not even know it's there.

Originally Posted by cole930 View Post

I too have been looking at the Synchronic Bov. I'm very impressed with what
I've read and seen. The tuner crowd love them for the sound (get off on the
whoosh sound I guess; whatever)
It is a Bov or a Bypass valve dependent on your application. On a 930
you "DO Not" want to exhaust to atmosphere.
There are 2 models the SB001 (the original) and the DV001 ( released at 2009
SEMA show where it won a best new product award)
The valves have several advantages, I see, as improvements over what we
presently have available to us.

1. Easy to install, flexibility of installation (location)
2. No diaphragm
3. Minimum movable parts
4. Incredibly fast acting
5. Will not leak or bleed ( boost pressure holds it shut)
6. Needs no lubrication

I've included pics.



Norm '86 930
DTA P8Pro ECU - Synapse BOV - 60# Siemens inj - K27HF - Dual GHL - Kokeln IC - Elgin SC330 cams -
HRE 560R 8.5x18 ET25 11x18 ET0
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