Wondering where people with the saab kit are routing vaccum for the bov and wg. I read bill's post below about my aftermarket fpr being run to the compressor housing, and the wastegate to intake but what about the bov??
listening to more input, because I'm a bit foggy on how mine was run last time.
I think i had one from the fuel rail to a tee from the wastegate/boost valve going to a nipple on the intake. Then the wastegate to a boost valve (this is where i can't remember) and the bottom of boost vavle fed into another tee, going to the bov on the turbo.
It's hard to explain, but I think that's how it was.
Just give them both vac. Not a big deal really.
That's what I was thinking too after I thought about it. Just tee them off to one vacuum.
Mm bill says to not let them share vaccum because they bleed vaccum and it will screw with the fpr
slocav you are from k-zoo? what tuning are you running ? the reflash?/
I live in kzoo when I'm at school, but home is in the thumb area. And yes just the GM reflash
ok so your sayin tee the bov and wastegate together and run the fpr to the compressor housing or where are you running your fpr? i have a aeromotive lt-1 style
Alright I tried to do this with my touchpad on my laptop...it's on paint.
This is what I remember, the car is in 1000 pieces right now, but I am almost positive this is how it was.
ok so you basically used 1 source ti run all 3.
Yup, never had a problem. Then ran a hose from the pvc on the valve cover to the one on the turbo.
Hopefully someone else chimes in for some reinforcement.
Old post, but can I use a oil catch can between valve cover and compressor?
To prevent oil going through turbo and intercooler.
And would a vacuum tee manifold (vacuum log) be a wiser choice instead of tee'ing off to wastegate, bov, & fpr? So connecting all 3 (+ boost gauge) to a vacuum manifold.
yep just get a good one and make sure it has a vent on it otherwise you are pressurizing it...