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Decel valve delete question

In order to get a faster rpm drop in between shifts and some more pops, bangs and flames I deleted the decel valve from my 965. I understood from the previous threads that all 3 hoses need to be plugged. The smallest hose is running from the BOV to the left side of the decel valve, but in between is a T-piece and an extension runs from there to the throttle body. shall I leave the hose from the BOV connected to the throttle body or not?

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Definitely. The Bypass Valve will not operate unless actuated by manifold vacuum. Compressor stall and even badder things can happen if the bypass valve is disabled.
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perfect, thanks for the help!

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