Ours is a 2 port valve which really isn't a big deal, would just need to find something to keep water and dirt out without blocking it off (will still need to vent pressure from the actuator diaphragm). The second thing to do before hooking it up is get a ohms reading between the two wires and compare it to the stock one. If the ohms are to low it will not only react slower but could also damage the ECU and to high or low and the ECU will read it as defective and set a code (tried using the Greddy valve).
When I was stock I would boost daily 18psi and peak at 20 but quickly drop to the 18. I emailed the company to get more of a explanation about his solenoid for us. I will post his response when I get it. I know some guys on the VT site say they love it and works way better then stock. For the $125 it's not a bad idea and you can run a HKS BOV on it along with others because it has the bigger ports and responds faster to. I am thinking about getting it but I need to get a fuel line first.Thanks ! Yeah they are not designed or used to give more . What it's supposed to do is hold longer , delaying the signal so we boost at the set max longer. So you would be 17-18 all day long instead of 14-15 with spike 17-18. It even works better with tunes
I will probably be ordering it next week. I am hitting a hard cut and want to get the line done and then sending my ecu back to tork for a update and adjustment for my downpipe he is makingI have to look at my fuel line . I read they did a recall slash update for both cars on the lines . Not sure what was done as far as material. . But I got to look at mines because it's a 2016 . I know I was to planning on getting the upgrade as its now available on 6th's site
The GS valve is designed for boost control (waste gate). The RCV/BOV/BPV solenoid is located/attached to the back of the stock IC and has 3 ports with Coil Resistance (Ω) 28.3 ~ 31.1 which is also what is spec'd for the Genesis and Optima valvesI believe it's not really a boost control valve but actually an RCV . Most turbo cars now a days have them . They sense the pressure inside and manage opening and closing of both valves , BOV and WGV, when the manifold pressure reaches desired peak it sends a signal to the actual boost control valve to open the waste gate to release pressure as it also reacts to a closed pressure on the throttle body to open the BOV when the throttle plate closes . I hope a tuner checks on to confirm this lol