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BCS and Map
rich Offline
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#1
Hi guys,

1. If I use a gillis valve, do I need to keep my bcs connected electrically for the ecu?

2. Is there a difference between the Map Sensor (with vacuum disconnected)in the N/A vs the BPS in the tbird? I have both available.

Thanks
2.3L Turbo in 88 stang, browntops, 93 a4ld, volvo ic, broncoII rad, gillis valve set @15, k&n af.
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Dan E Offline
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#2
If you use a Gillis you don't have to have the BCS plugged in for the EEC. However, if you unplug it you will throw a code on your scanner at KOEO.

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Jeff K Offline
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#3
Quote:Originally posted by rich:
Hi guys,

1. If I use a gillis valve, do I need to keep my bcs connected electrically for the ecu?

You can remove the BCS entirely with no ill efects. You will get a code 81 during the KOEO test if it is removed, which you can just ignore, or, if you dont want to see the code 81, put a 100 ohm, 1 Watt resistor across the BCS electrical connector.

2. Is there a difference between the Map Sensor (with vacuum disconnected)in the N/A vs the BPS in the tbird? I have both available.

Sent yo an E mail on that one.

Thanks



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rich Offline
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#4
Thanks !!
2.3L Turbo in 88 stang, browntops, 93 a4ld, volvo ic, broncoII rad, gillis valve set @15, k&n af.
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