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GFB Blow Off Valve - Mach 2 NISSAN

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CHRYSLER DODGE EAGLE MAZDA MITSUBISHI NISSAN NON-US VEHICLE PLYMOUTH SUBARU TOYOTA
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More Information Year Model SubModel Cylinders Liter Aspiration Eng Desg. Fuel Notes
Click For More Info 1989 - 1993 180SX ALL ALL 1.8 ALL ALL ALL No OEM Valve; Custom Install Required
Click For More Info 1991 - 1999 180SX ALL ALL 2.0 ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1995 - 2002 240SX ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1990 - 1996 300ZX ALL ALL ALL T ALL ALL 2 Required
Click For More Info 2009 - 2015 GT-R ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 2010 - 2017 JUKE ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 2013 - 2014 JUKE ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1989 - 1993 SILVIA ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1995 - 2002 SILVIA ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1989 - 1994 SKYLINE GTS-T ALL 2.0 T RB20DET ALL
Click For More Info 1995 - 1998 SKYLINE GTS25T ALL 2.5 T RB25DET ALL
Click For More Info 1999 - 2002 SKYLINE GT-T ALL 2.5 T RB25DET ALL

Product Description

Using GFB’s TMS technology the Mach 2 can help return the engine to peak boost up to 30% faster than a factory diverter valve when shifting gears.

Like the Respons and Deceptor Pro II, the Mach 2 is available in a range of bolt-on kits for most popular turbo models. And when we say “bolt-on”, that’s exactly what we mean! No additional adaptors, parts or vehicle modifications are required – simply remove the factory bypass valve and replace it with the Mach 2 – it’s that simple!

The Mach 2 is configured as a 100% recirculating valve (i.e. bypass, plumb back) and add on kits are also available to convert to 100% atmosphere venting. Use the recirc model for direct factory replacement when you want the performance WITHOUT the noise! Add the conversion kit when you want some noise with your performance!

Factory bypass valves have two main shortcomings – one is that they are typically designed to start opening above a certain pressure to protect the engine, and the other is they are not optimised for throttle response. Oh, and you can’t vent them to atmosphere without stalling your engine…

The Mach 2 solves all of these issues. It can effectively hold unlimited boost (unlimited in that no turbo could ever produce enough pressure to damage it), and the TMS technology ensures maximum throttle response. Oh, and you CAN vent with the atmo conversion to atmosphere without stalling your engine…