I would love to be able to tweak my tune to squeeze some more mileage out of it. The 700 rpm idle would be nice. With my very limited idle time, I wouldn't worry about the electrical system on mine.About the only reason you'd get it is for the noise. Asking for anything else is just being naive.
I was thinking about turnimg the idle down to 700, but it's pretty much unknown territory to the vehicle if you force it to run at 700. Plus at some point there will be electrical problems, but I have no doubt the engine will perform just fine at 700.
I guess the better term for it is a recirculation valve. A recirc valve and a blowoff valve do the same thing, release excess boost pressure from the system. The only difference is that the recirc valve recirculates it back into the intake tube and a blowoff valve vents it to the atmosphere. It is due to the placement of the MAF sensor that determines whether you can use a recirc or blowoff valve. Maf before valve gets a recirc valve. Maf after valve can use a bov. To use a bov on a CTD would require a complete redesign of the intake/charge pipe system.Oh god that flutter thats not bypass valve. These things need some sorta BOV, but would probably need to have some electronics else it would throw off the VGT turbo...
No I get it more often than not. Usually not when you go wide open throttle, but letting off at 30 to 50% throttle is where it really shows up like Justin said.Snipe, you don't hear your wheel surge very very faintly when driving in town? Could be induction noise i'm imagining when it upshifts and lugs the first second. As for not being able to hear the flutter with the stock intake, no you cannot if you're not trying to make excessive boost. I forced it with the stock intake and its suuuuuuuuuper quiet. I would also like to see much much more videos of us with deletes, i'm very tempted to join the crew but price is steep for having to switch tunes first of all and yada yada.