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Old 11-29-2007, 05:00 AM   #1
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I bought an HKS BOV about 10 years ago for a turbo set up that's still sitting in my garage somewhere. Hopefully I can use it on a Greddy turbo kit and save some bucks.



I'm running an AFM, which concerns me since I'm not sure if this BOV can be recirculated. By the appearance, it might be a VTA only? Will this cause problems?

Is leaking at idle a problem w/ what I believe is a sequential BOV (I don't think it's considered super sequential if that matters)?

I'd prefer something that's not too loud. Any experiences w/ the noise it makes?

Any other issues I might run into?

Thanks.
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Old 11-29-2007, 10:37 AM   #2
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thats an antique, lol
if you want quiet this is not the BOV for you
try to get one for cheap ($20)from a DSM those recirc. and they are not loud...
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