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    Has any one here fitted a pbv (Power Boost Valve)
    if so wich fuel pipe goes were? got instructions of net it doesnt make any sence.
    it say connect to return tanks??
    erm aint you suppost to connect it to feed line?
    its basicaly telling me loop it????

    please any one help???

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    IF YOU GTA BITA FUEL THEN PLAY HAPPY FOR A WHILE..
     
     

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    Have moved this to the tuning forum mate

    Im not sure how they connect as Ive never been a fan of them to be honest.
    have you got a link to the instructions and I will take a look
     
     

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    they loop the pressure into the valve and the valve doubles the outlet pressure to your rail.. to be honest from a personal point of view i would put it back in the box as they can be troublesome. and you will only see a gain if you have a performance exhaust and a uprated intake.
     
     

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