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Old 03-10-2007, 02:19 PM   #1
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Default 2 stage BOV for the low low

Since removing the AFM I've noticed 2 (related) phenomena:
  • MY ebay BOV is much louder when it dumps pressure to atmosphere after a boosted run. I hear no compressor stall (I have no problem here, this is an observation only)
  • I get some compressor stall between shifts on non boosted runs
So I need either a second fast acting BOV or a single 2 stage BOV. Any recommendations? Looking for a low cost solution.

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yea i was thinking about one of the turbosmart bov for 1.5liters and smaller and putting on the turbo side of the intercooler.
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oops. nevermind
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