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Old 11-03-2008, 04:23 PM   #1
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Default For those with the FM silicone IC pipes

What type of BOV are you using and how is it connected? Also on a scale from 1-10, how happy are you with it? I just tossed my HKSSSQV across the garage, I need something new.

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I'm using an older FM BOV. The same vintage as the FMIII. It seems to work ok. I'm connecting it with a coupler.
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I'm using the one from FM its a Go Fast bits blow off valve.. (mach 1, I think)

I love the silicone pipes, they make it really easy to switch the intercooler size
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Greddy RS... using the hoseand clamp technique that's standard to the silicone hose kit.
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I'm using the one from FM its a Go Fast bits blow off valve.. (mach 1, I think)

I love the silicone pipes, they make it really easy to switch the intercooler size
Same for me but I don't switch intercoolers.
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yeah like this:

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went back to this one though:

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threadjack:

are those the off-road harbor freight lights? I was looking into getting some but they are DAMN bright

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no I think those are wal-mart/autozone special lights, they arent even wired in anymore, I'am too lazy to take them out.
I didnt like them after I put them on
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