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Old 05-23-2008, 04:57 PM   #1
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so my begi intercooler piping will come with 50mm flange for tial bov but unfortunately i dont have any more $$ to blow at this time so no $200 tial for me :/

any idea which cheap bov will be able to bolt up to that flange?
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I am not aware of any BOV (other than a fake TiAL) that will bolt to it.. HKS SSQV flanges will sit in the tial flange, making for a easy weld on affair. Of course, the HKS is no cheaper, and by the time you buy the HKS flange.. well, you get the point.
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The Tial flange is huge. And to top it off, there's a lip there for the flange that no hose is going to easily slide over. The only other one I can think of is a Synchronic, again, not cheap.
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Synchronic flange is like half the size.. it's slighly bigger than a TurboXS flange, as I recall.
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One other thing, is the flange welded to the intake tubing? Mine is attached with a silicon hose and their tial adapter.
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Synchronic flange is like half the size.. it's slighly bigger than a TurboXS flange, as I recall.
Yeah, the standard synchronic flange is small, but they sell an adapter. Again, not cheap.
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One other thing, is the flange welded to the intake tubing? Mine is attached with a silicon hose and their tial adapter.
no idea... will see when kit comes here
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I have the tial..
i got the flange welded to tubing, bov gets clamped to the flange, o-ring in between...

+1 for maybe checkin into a knockoff tial...might be ur best bet if its welded

http://www.siliconeintakes.com/index...b1d9b25fae4971

Or maybe u can return that piece of tubing, and go with another bov and make ur own pipe...

I made my own pipes, and bought bov seperately....
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