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    Hi
    Has anybody had any experiences with a power boost valve upgrade and do they work.
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    I had one on a cavalier sri years ago, but it was fairly well modified(air filter,full sports exhaust system,head skimmed and port and polished,kent fastroad/rally spec cam and adjustable pulley) the boost valve worked as we needed higher fuel pressure to get the car running exacly perfect, i personally cant see i being that benificial on a standard car!
     
     

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    It won't make no difference on a standard BMW and will just create a headache when trying to fit.
     
     

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    spend the 80 pound or watever they are and put toward a exhaust or sumat
     
     

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