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I have blow off valves on my 1991 z32 and it is dying when i give it throttle!!!
1991 Nissan 300ZX

I have blow off valves on my 1991 z32 and it is dying when I give it throttle!!!

(1991 Nissan 300ZX)
When I'm idling at a red light and get ready to take off and push the gas it's like the car almost bogs down and sometimes it does dye!!! I think it's due to me having blow off valves and my maf sensor is reading to much air intake but I'm not sure!! Can someone help
What seems to make the problem better or worse? Happens sometimes mostly after I drive it for 20+ miles
How long have you had this problem? A few weeks
Tags: nissan, 300zx
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on March 06, 2018
Usually - add on *gadgets* have a tendency to reduce engine performance!

Suggest returning to original equipment.
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on March 06, 2018

Unless this is a tuner engine - BOV not recommended!
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on March 06, 2018
Usually - add on *gadgets* have a tendency to reduce engine performance!

Suggest returning to original equipment.
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on March 06, 2018

Unless this is a tuner engine - BOV not recommended!
on March 06, 2018
Try tightening the springs on your blow-off valves. if you have it set to vent at 3-5 PSI, there will be little pressure to the intake manifold.

Have you already tested all your charge piping for leaks? What MAF are you running?
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