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Alright, I am somewhat new to forced induction, I boosted my GTS about 6 months ago and Im using the SSQV. It has been brought to my attention that it sounds more like a compression surge as it does carry a nice fluttering sound. My set up is recirculation, so now my question is What could be causing this? and Am I able to adjust this bov? Ive done some searching on here and it sounds like most of you hate this bov. Sorry I dont have any vids for you guys to let you hear the sound. Just looking for some info about it from some more experienced people. I am buying a stock bvp to test out and see if I notice any differences. Another thing thats weird about my car is that I am getting some spikes to 10psi. I am using the RA turbo so shouldnt my wastegate open at 7. This has been puzzling me lately, now im having a feeling my bov may be causing this. What do you guys think?
 

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mine flutters too... but its not really a "problem" unless I program my high boost map on the EVC. I need the SSQ-R since the max psi the ssqIII is rated to is 2 bar. Im maxing it out! Anyways, it just makes that noise. A TIAL isnt a bad option either if you really just cant stand the ssqIII.
 

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mine flutters too... but its not really a "problem" unless I program my high boost map on the EVC. I need the SSQ-R since the max psi the ssqIII is rated to is 2 bar. Im maxing it out! Anyways, it just makes that noise. A TIAL isnt a bad option either if you really just cant stand the ssqIII.
Well thats good news, its not that I dont like the sound. I dont mind it at all actually. Someone just thought it sounded more like a compression surge so I thought id ask and see if anyone else had these experiences. It seems to flutter more in like half throttle and below. Anything in WOT it seems to be good.
 
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