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Ok guys so i got my levels fmic with the tial q bov for it. I got my new vacuum line and all, but all i have figured out is to run the line off the tial q to somwhere on the manifold. My symposer delete does not have a port for it. So my question is where do i run the line to. Im kind of worried because i was hoping to do it tomorrow as i finally have a day off lol
 

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Ok guys so i got my levels fmic with the tial q bov for it. I got my new vacuum line and all, but all i have figured out is to run the line off the tial q to somwhere on the manifold. My symposer delete does not have a port for it. So my question is where do i run the line to. Im kind of worried because i was hoping to do it tomorrow as i finally have a day off lol
Drill and tap symposer with 1/8" npt tap and get a 1/8 npt to 1/4 barb fitting. There are no other vacuum sources available on the manifold and the stock solenoid will not have enough vacuum for the BOV

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I purchased the MapTap from CP-e and it didn't seem to have enough vacuum for the Tial 10psi spring. My BOV was delayed, everytime I got on the throttle it seemed like the BOV released 2seconds after releasing the throttle. Scared me, because I didn't want the pressure surging into my turbo before having a chance to escape. So I am now tapping into my Symposer plate. Has anyone else experienced issues with the MapTap?
 
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