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    This is a discussion on Boost Leak Fix, evap operations, and the P1CEA code within the Eurocompulsion forums, part of the Vendors category; this thread should be sticky'd and bumped weekly for all the new turbo owners. bravo, well done @ [email protected]

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      this thread should be sticky'd and bumped weekly for all the new turbo owners. bravo, well done @[email protected]
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      Thank you for a fantastic write-up and explanation.

      I noticed the boost leak repair from HPSI is no longer available for purchase on the website or on the EC site - are you no longer offering this item? @[email protected]
      Last edited by PBMTMD; 04-18-2016 at 03:36 PM.
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      [email protected] Can we disconnect the evap system all together and write a tune to eliminate the check engine light?
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      Quote Originally Posted by millerracing View Post
      [email protected] Can we disconnect the evap system all together and write a tune to eliminate the check engine light?
      You would not want to.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Cntrollerfanboy View Post
      @[email protected] I noticed some of your pictures did not show up in your 5th and 6th post. Anyways to update that to have them work?

      The links just take me to a page that does not exist.
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      Quote Originally Posted by sharkcohen View Post
      Very happy with my HPSI BRV system. The turbo spools noticeably quicker above the set point of the switch.
      Shark, your install looks very professional. Good job!

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      Quote Originally Posted by PBMTMD View Post
      Thank you for a fantastic write-up and explanation.

      I noticed the boost leak repair from HPSI is no longer available for purchase on the website or on the EC site - are you no longer offering this item? @[email protected]
      We don't really offer that kit anymore. This is strictly an economic/business issue. We can't get the parts at a reduced cost by purchasing them in bulk, so it's less expensive for the end user to simply follow our guide and source the parts independently. It doesn't take a lot of parts, so it's pretty easy. That said, we do have lots of valves in stock, as well as hose. If you want one, shoot Jordan an email, then get the switch and wire on your own.

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      Quote Originally Posted by millerracing View Post
      [email protected] Can we disconnect the evap system all together and write a tune to eliminate the check engine light?
      Mr. Miller, that's a decent question, but the answer is that I simply don't want to. I am not over here drinking the green Kool-Aid that's so common in society today. I'll be the first to say that a lot of emission components in the past were pure B.S. Anyone remember the "smog pumps" in the 70's, or the "NOX Device" that California required everyone to install on their older cars at one time? Those items were pure B.S. they hurt fuel consumption, performance, and emissions.

      On the other hand, the Evap system is a good system. It actually does reduce emissions, it reduces them a lot, and has NO adverse effect on performance (once the boost leak is plugged). For that reason, I just can't see getting rid of it. Even if you leave the boost leak in place, the loss of performance is minor and the improvement in emissions is significant. Without an evap system under some conditions you will actually be able to smell the fuel evaporating out of your car.

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      Shark, your install looks very professional. Good job!

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      Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
      Mr. Miller, that's a decent question, but the answer is that I simply don't want to. I am not over here drinking the green Kool-Aid that's so common in society today. I'll be the first to say that a lot of emission components in the past were pure B.S. Anyone remember the "smog pumps" in the 70's, or the "NOX Device" that California required everyone to install on their older cars at one time? Those items were pure B.S. they hurt fuel consumption, performance, and emissions.

      On the other hand, the Evap system is a good system. It actually does reduce emissions, it reduces them a lot, and has NO adverse effect on performance (once the boost leak is plugged). For that reason, I just can't see getting rid of it. Even if you leave the boost leak in place, the loss of performance is minor and the improvement in emissions is significant. Without an evap system under some conditions you will actually be able to smell the fuel evaporating out of your car.

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      The main reason is that I have a leak in the system and if you just turn it off there would be no more worries from future problems or components going bad. I already removed the cat so emissions are not a concern to me. By they way any idea on when phase 2 will come out? Thanks
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