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post #1 of 3 Old 01-14-2018, 06:40 PM Thread Starter
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GFB DV+ bypass valve?

https://www.adamtuned.com/collection...oboost-mustang

Has anybody tried this? I like what I've read about it. Seems to be an affordable, easy to install upgrade. I'm wondering if the car's tune needs to be tweaked to use it?

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No i havent seen that before but it looks pretty useful
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I've asked on a couple of other forums, and the consensus seems to be that there's no need to change the tune for the DV+. I'll probably try it when spring comes; it's just too cold for unnecessary wrenching for the next couple of months.

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