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Old 02-01-2005, 03:04 PM   #21
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You might want to wait for spring when you can get more traction
what do ya mean? Traction, as in burnouts ....
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so all I need to do is push the whole BCS assembly down?! as in, re-position it?
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More like a counter-clockwise I think? I'd have to look at mine again. Whichever direction would MORE positively actuate the BCS. Look at it, you'll see what I mean.
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I did "push downward" which moved it a bit. I don't really know what you mean turn it? The whole thing? Just the top or bottom part?
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I just finished this mod today, and did notice an improvement in boost buildup, but the boost gauge is horribly innaccurate now. I can live with this, but was wondering if there are any negatives to this mod...such as increased operating temps, knock, wear on the engine etc.
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It doesn't affect any of those things you mentioned. It has no effect on the AMOUNT of boost, just how quickly you get boost after you ask for it. It responds to your foot faster.
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Yeah, I really noticed the boost buildup, I was just concerned about any negative side affects. It'* good to know that there aren't any.
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