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Old 08-09-2007, 05:05 PM   #1
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^Pretty much said as above, I'm running the stock greddy kit and would like to replace that turkey gobble noise with a VTA BOV that will plug into the spot left by the intake resonator because I'm not ready to get rid of the stock intake piping yet.
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$70+ shipping will get you a Forge Motorsports Dual piston VTA, that should plug into the stock intake just like the bosch valves do. I have three different springs with it and recently took it apart and cleaned it all up and re-lubed it.

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How does that bov sound? Also how quickly does it vent?
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I have the forge one, but you will need the 34mm inlet one to pug in there. I got the dual piston VTA bov. It reacts very quickly, and sounds real nice, even at low boost levels.
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That said, jayc, is the one you have the 34 mm inlet one? I'm interested.
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so where did ya buy that forge bov jay? I was looking around and all I see is like 140-180ish
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I got the BOV from a forum member here. Asking what I paid. I don't know the messurement, but it is the same as the bosch valve everyone (including me) uses. I can messure to be sure, but I'm pretty sure this will work out for you.

Shoot me a PM if you want it.

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Bov came in today. It was the wrong size, it has a ~1 inch fitting on it. The resonator box fitting is ~35 mm. Its okay, nothing a trip to home depot for 2 different sized hoses couldn't fix.
I'm not having any drivability problems with it at all either.

Thank you very much.
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Sorry, I thought it would plug right in. Glad you were able to find a solution.
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I think I may do a write up on it but its a simple enough fix that if you can't figure out how to make it fit you shouldn't be working on cars hahaha.
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