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Ok so I am installing a supercharger and i am trying to figure out the best bypass-check valve setup to use for the map sensor. Or should i use a voltage clamp? I have read some good things about the synapse missing link and cant find if the one for the dodge neon will work or the one for a honda or? What do you guys use? Thanks for the help :worky:
 

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you should invest in sct but I ended up using a voltage clamp with my stock map sensor. A check valve never really did the job for me. It would be a good idea to use both so that you reduce the risk of damaging the map sensor.
 

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try split seconds adjustibe voltage clamp. Actually I think I still have mine if you're interested in it.
 

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I had a check valve and it failed within 3000 miles, the second one lasted longer. I just got sct with a 2-bar instead.
 

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I keep reading that everyone seems to use the sct I think i need to save up some more money and go that route...... I just wanted to try to get it going with what i got first and then improve on it but i just dont know anymore.
 

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SCT and 2 bar map sensor

I am confused and just want to clear things up, if I am going with the SCT and 2 bar map sensor then that is all that I need as far as the map is concerned... no need for a check valve or the other?
 

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i used the check valve on mine the whole time and it worked fine. i couldn't go sct so i had to get it to work.
 

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no need for a check valve with sct and 2bar map
 
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