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    just installed my new blitz ss bov, looks great!

    Well, got rid of the generic hks ssqv i had and went with the blitz ss bov. Had to have my pipe rewelded due to cutting off the old flange. and since the ss flange is steel, had a shop reweld an aluminum nipple on and thing is perfect. fits perfectly between my battery and my dejon twin takes. i did a test fit and its perfect.

    Now the turbos will be back next week and my wastegates will be in and then back to the dyno to get retuned.

    If you look in the pic you can see my HKS twin power mounted and my new hallman evo rx MBC. Cant wait to get it back together.
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    Good Luck with it. I loved the look and sound of mine but I had surging problems with aftermarket intercooler pipes. Replaced it with an RFL type bov at no more problems.

    I may have had a bad one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sin'sVr4 View Post
    Well, got rid of the generic hks ssqv i had and went with the blitz ss bov. Had to have my pipe rewelded due to cutting off the old flange. and since the ss flange is steel, had a shop reweld an aluminum nipple on and thing is perfect. fits perfectly between my battery and my dejon twin takes. i did a test fit and its perfect.

    Now the turbos will be back next week and my wastegates will be in and then back to the dyno to get retuned.

    If you look in the pic you can see my HKS twin power mounted and my new hallman evo rx MBC. Cant wait to get it back together.
    bov.jpg
    What's with the hose on the bottom?

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    on the bottom of the mbc? it's the remote cabin adjustment stuff.

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    the hose on the bottom is capped off. it is just how the flange is set up. I could cut it off, but just left it the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sin'sVr4 View Post
    the hose on the bottom is capped off. it is just how the flange is set up. I could cut it off, but just left it the same.
    That would bug me me to death. lol

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    nah, its ok. looks killer tho. When the twin takes are in there and the battery you cant even see it.

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