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Q: My blow off valve is not opening, is it broken?
A: Most of the time, the blow off valve is not broken. It is usually a installation error, double check the vacuum connection on the blow off valve. The vacuum connection must be connected after the throttle body. The blow off valve must receive both boost and vacuum pressure in order for it to operate properly. Also make sure the blow off valve is adjusted correctly, please refer to the blow off valve instructions.
 
Q: My blow off valve is leaking under idle, is it broken?
A: We have 2 different springs for our blow off valves. The standard spring, which is the one that comes with our blow off valve, is good from 0 to 17psi, and the hard spring is good from 18 to 36 psi. If you are not sure which spring you have, standard spring is marked blue and hard spring is marked red. If you have the correct spring for your boost level, then make sure the blow off valve is adjusted correctly. Please refer to the blow off valve instructions.
 
Q: My turbo timer doesn’t stay on after the ignition is off?
A: The purple wire MUST be either grounded or wired to the e-brake for it to operate. Please refer to the turbo timer instruction.
 
Q: I have a Dual Turbo Timer, where do the small vacuum hose go to on the brain unit?
A: The small vacuum hose is for the internal boost gauge in the turbo timer. It goes to any vacuum source after the throttle body. An example is to tee it off the fuel pressure regulator. The vacuum line must be connected for the auto timer function to work for the Dual Turbo Timer because it automatically calculates the count down time depending on the boost pressure and how the car was being driven.
 
Q: I’ve just install my Blitz boost controller, and it is not holding boost, is it broken?
A: Make sure the vacuum lines going to the solenoid unit is installed correctly, and it should not be more than 3 feet long because boost response can be poor and boost spikes or surges may occur. Double check if you have the boost controller on the correct setting (WG=external wastegate, AC=actuator). The Dual SBC Spec S is only good for 17psi and under, and the rest of our boost controllers are good up to 36psi. For test purpose, set the boost controller’s boost setting as 0 and the gain setting as 0. Now your car should be boosting stock boost or wastegate spring boost level. If your car is not boosting near stock boost or wastegate spring boost level at this point, something during the boost controller install was not done correctly or there might be a mechanical issue with your vehicle.
 
Q: Can my boost controller read in psi instead of hkpa?
A: The only boost controller that is capable of reading in psi is the SBC i-D III.
 
Q: I think my solenoids for my boost control is bad, can I purchase the solenoids by itself?
A: Yes, we do sell the solenoids individually. Part number is 14042S and MSRP is $110 each. Please note that all of our boost controllers require 2 solenoids EXCEPT for the Dual SBC Spec S (single solenoid design).
 
Q: I’m trying to install my SBC i-Color, which wire is my VSS (vehicle speed sensor)
for my ECU?
A: The VSS wire is different on each vehicle, you can easily obtain that information if you have a service manual for your vehicle or call your local dealer’s part department.
 
Q: I’m trying to install my Power Meter, which wire is my VSS (vehicle speed sensor)
for my ECU?
A: The VSS wire is different on each vehicle, you can easily obtain that information if you have a service manual for your vehicle or call your local dealer’s part department.
 
Q: My silencer fell off when I was driving today, can I purchase it by itself?
A: Yes, we do sell our silencer separately. Part number MP2101 is for any Nur Spec Racing and Touring exhaust, and part number MP21140 is for any Nur Spec Variable exhaust.
 
Q: I just installed my Blitz exhaust, is it smog legal?
A: All of our exhausts are smog legal, they all retain the factory catalytic convertor which makes it smog legal.
 
Q: Do you have CARB number for your products?
A: We do not have CARB numbers for our products at the moment, but there are few products that are in the process.
 
Q: What should I use to clean my SUS Power filter?
A: it is simple to clean the SUS Power filter. Use any detergent of your choice to clean the filter, then rinse with water and dry COMPLETELY.
 
Q: Is the LM replacement filter washable? If not, how often should I replace it?
A: No, the LM replacement filter is not washable. It should be changed roughly about 12000 to 15000 miles depending on the road conditions.
 
Q: I just purchased a Blitz electronic product, but it only came with a Japanese instruction.
I don’t read Japanese, why didn’t it come with an English instruction?
A: All of Blitz electronic product comes with an English instruction if you purchased it through an authorized dealer or distributor. There are few possibilities why you did not receive an English version instruction with your product. The product was purchased overseas or from someone who purchased it overseas. Please note that we do not offer any warranty on products that are not purchased through an authorized dealer or distributor. We now have our instructions in PDF format for your convenience.
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