Why isn't by blow off valve working?
It needs a vacume line or your pipeing is blown. Or you dont have enough psi to make it work how you want.
No, but if the valve is intended to blow at high pressure and you have it connected to the negative pressure of a NA engine intake so it will never open. You could use a brass plug instead as this is much cheaper and will provide the same functionality. With out a turbo making boost, there is nothing to "blow off"
The turbo blow off valve works by: If the throttle returns to idle while at high boost the valve opens and relives the pressure preventing turbo damage and speeding boost recovery time. This is done by use of a over pressure sensor Or by use of a throttle position and boost pressure sensor working together.
cut a hole in your air filter and then mount it securely and your good to go make sure you use elmers school only cause it will secure it tightly but able to take off in the future also buy an hks ssqvbov cause its the only one that will work On a non turbo, there is no pressure to "blow off". So a blow off valve would not do anything.
Yes, a Blow Off Valve can function on a supercharger. Basically a BOV is a surge valve. It prevents the excess air from going back into the supercharger once the throttle body closes. Most superchargers will come with a by pass valve which is almost identical to a BOV. They both are used to vent the excess air out of the discharge tube so you do not get compressor surge. They are not 'basically' the…
The blow-off valve should not be confused with a waste-gate. The waste-gate is a device that by-passes the turbine wheel of the turbocharger, limiting the shaft-speed of the turbocharger. Therefore, limiting the boost (pressure) that the compressor generates and keeping the turbocharger from over-speeding. A blow-off valve is mounted in the intake plumbing between the turbocharger compressor and the throttle plate. The blow-off valve is a second safety measure against the turbocharger over-boosting and damaging…