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Hey guys, I've been talking to the staff at Synapse Engineering. They're the makers of the Synchronic Diverter Valve (DV), an alternative to the BPV or BOV designs we've all seen. Their designs are really impressive (fastest actuation in the industry @ ~25ms) and have great reviews. They have a kit for the Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T, but they haven't even seen a VT. They're based in San Diego, CA. Anyone interested in helping them prototype their DV design on a VT should contact them at either of the email addresses below. If you do, please post in this thread about how it's going.

The results should turn out to be very similar to the Genesis Coupe kit, with the DV actuated by the stock solenoid and ECU rather than springs.

Hey [Kaishi],

If you could spread the word that we are looking for 2013 veloster turbo to prototype parts for. Please have them contact us either at [email protected] or have them send me a direct email [email protected].

If you could send me some detailed pictures of the engine bay, then that would help as well. Thank you.
Dardan
If you're still reading this thread, here's some videos of their tech:
Synchronic DV Sound compare to a BOV

Synchronic BOV Demonstration (this is an earlier product, but using similar technology)

Installing a Synchronic DV on a Mitsubishi Evo 9

Synchronic DV Features

EDIT: Synapse is aware of our vehicles! If you want to get a Synchronic DV in your VT, you'll need some parts from either Turbosocks or [email protected]. Having an FMIC helps too, but isn't required.

EDIT: Adding some more useful Synapse Engineering / Synchronic DV links:
Here's the tuning manual for the Synchronic DV.
I got my Synchronic DV working! (Kyle did it first, credit where credit is due.)
Turbosocks compares an HKS DV to the Synchronic DV.
-X- provides some helpful documentation from Synapse.
I attach a helpful photo of "Push-B" configuration.
 

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if they made a flange conversion so i could bolt to the stock flange.. i would seriously consider talking to them and selling their bov lol
Check out the GenCoupe kit and you'll see it's probably almost all there already. They just need to check, and probably cut some different tubes. Their tech is pretty amazing, if you ask me. I'd love to be running their DV on my VT.
 

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Check out the GenCoupe kit and you'll see it's probably almost all there already. They just need to check, and probably cut some different tubes. Their tech is pretty amazing, if you ask me. I'd love to be running their DV on my VT.
unforunately the gen coupe kit doesnt use a flange so it'll bolt on to the factory setup.. I'd want to be able to push it as another option for my fmic kit , now ... granted I'll have the bov flanges so I can make it work but still lol
 

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I don't have access to a welder, and would much rather have someone else design the right approach. I'm just hoping we can get someone working with them on this. I'm sure they'd like to add another supported vehicle to their list.
 

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I think you should contact them :D I think if you can work out a solid way to mount it, it would be a nice upgrade and mate well with your FMIC.
 

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I was thinking they had an adapter to work on the genesis coupe but they use the block off plate and new charge pipe setup. Makes it much more expensive to do that way.

elec, since you are getting the flanges made for your kit, making an adapter with this simple flange on the end would be pretty easy. All it is, is a straight flange with a slot and an O-ring on it.

Synapse is probably my favorite BOV manufacturer and I love their tech, I just stand behind not seeing the point in spending good $$$ on a BOV since they are such a simple idea and the good 'cheap' ones work perfectly fine.


Getting the flange made and produced shouldn't be hard, then it would be a bolt on, to the stock setup and elecblues FMIC kit.
 
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I think you should contact them :D I think if you can work out a solid way to mount it, it would be a nice upgrade and mate well with your FMIC.
I might just have to do that :)

I was thinking they had an adapter to work on the genesis coupe but they use the block off plate and new charge pipe setup. Makes it much more expensive to do that way.

elec, since you are getting the flanges made for your kit, making an adapter with this simple flange on the end would be pretty easy. All it is, is a straight flange with a slot and an O-ring on it.

Synapse is probably my favorite BOV manufacturer and I love their tech, I just stand behind not seeing the point in spending good $$$ on a BOV since they are such a simple idea and the good 'cheap' ones work perfectly fine.


Getting the flange made and produced shouldn't be hard, then it would be a bolt on, to the stock setup and elecblues FMIC kit.
yea I'll just need to get the mounting pipe from them shouldnt be too hard :)
 

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Check out the GenCoupe kit and you'll see it's probably almost all there already. They just need to check, and probably cut some different tubes. Their tech is pretty amazing, if you ask me. I'd love to be running their DV on my VT.
Thank you, we are currently looking for someone in the area of san diego or socal. Send me an email at [email protected] if anyone is interested.
 

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If it would help, I could send the stock upper charge pipe hose into you guys so you would have a piece to make the pipe from.

The car uses the SAME flange as the SRT-4 and the Gen. Coupe so the block off plate would be the same!

I could even send the entire stock intercooler system if that would help.
 

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If it would help, I could send the stock upper charge pipe hose into you guys so you would have a piece to make the pipe from.

The car uses the SAME flange as the SRT-4 and the Gen. Coupe so the block off plate would be the same!

I could even send the entire stock intercooler system if that would help.
You should contact them and ask! I'm sure they'd also like to see any photos you have, both of the stock IC and of your FMIC.
 

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I think you should contact them :D I think if you can work out a solid way to mount it, it would be a nice upgrade and mate well with your FMIC.
I would be in for the bov upgrade with the FMIC too, I like the idea of their diverter valve...and It would be better for me to all received in the same package to save on shipping lOL!
 

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elec, have you talked to synapse at all? I'm really interested in their stuff but not mechanically inclined enough to offer much. Still a novice in that department.
 

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elec, have you talked to synapse at all? I'm really interested in their stuff but not mechanically inclined enough to offer much. Still a novice in that department.
no i havent I"ll email them right now, been trying to get the group buy pieces taken care of before jumping on any other projects
 

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I may have misheard, but I was sort of sketched out then the dude was talking about letting air in when the turbo was moving slow in the beginning of the second video.
He explains that it is possible to configure the valve in several ways, even to use it that way, but that he normally has a filter on it as well in that configuration. This is from my memory, though. I might be wrong.
 
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