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I have a astra GSI MK3 2.0 16V,it has a manifold,de-cat pipe,mated to standard rear system at present,also a k+n induction and a power cap.
Would i notice or benefit from a fuel power boost valve(has anybody used one)???
Also has anybody used the power modules off ebay that plug into the afm????
Chhers Dan
 

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PBV are shite. Cams and head work next.......perhaps a chip or map.
 

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COLINSRI said:
PBV are shite. Cams and head work next.......perhaps a chip or map.
Agreed, though from what I've seen from many RR shoot-outs, I wouldn't bother with cams either. Sounds like you've already done most of the mild mods.

My pal Tony French got V-Tuning to do his head, and he gained 9bhp.

After that it gets very expensive.

Which manifold do you have by the way?
 

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The manifold is a sportex(mild steel) i would say the 4 branch is about 5 mm bigger bore on each pipe. Cheers anyway,wont bother with a fse valve then.
 

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The manifold is a sportex(mild steel) i would say the 4 branch is about 5 mm bigger bore on each pipe. Cheers anyway,wont bother with a fse valve then.
No don't....

...have you considered a cone filter with air feeds...compliments the power cap nicely. Chipping or mapping is a good idea...
 
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