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Old 08-31-2006, 10:40 PM   #1
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will the turboxs type h34 slip onto the same spot everyone puts the usual turbo xs type s bov at on the stock crossover tube? I wanted the type s because it will fit on the stock tube, but if this one will work I can get a better deal on it (money wise)
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okay... anyone know the size of the tube that the turbo xs type s fits over? then I can see the size of the h34 and see if it is close or the same. then if it is I guess it will work on my car. Reason I am asking is because I can get the h34 for $50 and its only been used for a few months
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Old 09-01-2006, 12:19 PM   #3
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Theres a type s greddy on ebay up for grabs here it is.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Gredd...QQcmdZViewItem

heres another add
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Gredd...QQcmdZViewItem

thats all I could find , happy bidding!
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from looking at the pictures it looks like it will work, and I have the option to recirc or VTA. What do you guys think? should I get it and try it?
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Im not looking for a Greddy type s because I dont want to have to weld a flane on my hardpipes when I get those. right now I have the stock crossover tube, but I am going to get stripes IC kit soon. So I am going to go with a BOV that will slip over a tube. That why I am looking at the Turbo XS Type S BUT I found this h34 that looks almost identical for $50 on another forum, so if it will slip onto the stock crossover tube and work untill I get the IC with the hardpipes (and then I can use it on that also) I would like to get it.
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the XS H34 and Type-S look like the same valve but the h34 is designed for recirculation.
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I know and I plan on doing that, so you think I should get it? I am thinking yes it appears to be the same size, so I think it will fit on the stock tube, like the type S does
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The RBV-H34 comes standard with a 34mm OD anodised aluminum hose adapter for the inlet. It looks like it may be a little larger but it includes a sleeve that you can fit around the hose...From looking at their site I'm assuming all their valves are the same inlet.
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Im not looking for a Greddy type s because I dont want to have to weld a flane on my hardpipes when I get those. right now I have the stock crossover tube, but I am going to get stripes IC kit soon. So I am going to go with a BOV that will slip over a tube. That why I am looking at the Turbo XS Type S BUT I found this h34 that looks almost identical for $50 on another forum, so if it will slip onto the stock crossover tube and work untill I get the IC with the hardpipes (and then I can use it on that also) I would like to get it.
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Here ya Go Matey:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Turbo...QQcmdZViewItem

TURBO XS TYPE S USED $50
Look at my Car Domain page for what it looks like installed on the Resonator Bung!
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ok...which one should I get? local guy - 50 for h34, or pay 58(cause of shipping) for the ebay one......
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ok...which one should I get? local guy - 50 for h34, or pay 58(cause of shipping) for the ebay one......
Is the H34 plug & play like the XS is? That is the question! The XS slips right into the Bung that is left when you remove the Resonator - All you need to do is clamp it down.
I don't know anything about the "H34"
EDIT: I take that back - Now I know about the H34 --
TurboXS Type H34
Racing Bypass ValvesProvides quick boost response with increased life.
Like their blow-off valves, TurboXS type H34 racing bypass valves relieve the pressure surge caused by changing gears or backing off the throttle quickly. They are designed to be plumbed back into the car's air intake, making them ideal for mass airflow (MAF) metered cars, where venting to the atmosphere can create a rich air/fuel ratio. They feature 34mm inlet and outlet hose adapters, solid aluminum bodies, and brass pistons.
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so is the type s 34mm inlet?? because i would rather recirc.
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bump, just wanting to see if anyone knows anything about the h34, if it will fit on the resonator bung
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ok i bought the h34...it doesnt work... so I bought the type s. All in all buy what you know will work first
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it doesnt work because of inlet size
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