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This is a discussion on 7psi TD04 or 7psi T3-T4? Who'll win? within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Sorry, but that BOV is nothing more then a noise maker. It will only make it worse with an upgraded ...

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    Sorry, but that BOV is nothing more then a noise maker. It will only make it worse with an upgraded turbo. That's just the way it is.

    Either a stock clutch or a stage II would suffice...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Truckster27 View Post
    Sorry, but that BOV is nothing more then a noise maker. It will only make it worse with an upgraded turbo. That's just the way it is.

    Either a stock clutch or a stage II would suffice...
    The obnoxious sound is lovely though , is it really a big deal that I HAVE to change it? What are the problems in running rish? If need the money, I'll end up selling it. I have an extra turbo too, I should sell that. Stage II sound good
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    Quote Originally Posted by KanoWRX View Post
    The obnoxious sound is lovely though , is it really a big deal that I HAVE to change it? What are the problems in running rish? If need the money, I'll end up selling it. I have an extra turbo too, I should sell that. Stage II sound good
    Do a search on BOVs. I think you may find it's not good for the car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavia View Post
    Do a search on BOVs. I think you may find it's not good for the car.
    Fine I'll sell it

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    If you really want to keep it that badly then go ahead, but don't expect your idle to be "normal". Try fixing your current problems (just buy a stock BPV and use that for now) and once the car is running as close to acceptable, put your noisemaker back on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pactin View Post
    If you really want to keep it that badly then go ahead, but don't expect your idle to be "normal". Try fixing your current problems (just buy a stock BPV and use that for now) and once the car is running as close to acceptable, put your noisemaker back on.
    Well I still have my old bpv, and I'm not running the car, not in the conditions it's in
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    Honestly, the clutch is something you need to look into further down the road. You can keep the BOV for later use, but in order to get this stock block running right, taking it off will eliminate a variable from the equation. My advice, put in the stock BPV, delete those Tumblers (TGV's) and get ahold of a subaru wiring diagram to trace all your wires. That manual can easliy be found after market, Haynes makes it. Check a local Pep-Boys / Autozone. Its a good, cheap, generic look at your motor, but the wiring diagram in the back will help loads. Wire up correctly, and then check for functionality. Also, talk to your mechanic, find EXACTLY he transfered from your old block to the new one....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Truckster27 View Post
    Honestly, the clutch is something you need to look into further down the road. You can keep the BOV for later use, but in order to get this stock block running right, taking it off will eliminate a variable from the equation. My advice, put in the stock BPV, delete those Tumblers (TGV's) and get ahold of a subaru wiring diagram to trace all your wires. That manual can easliy be found after market, Haynes makes it. Check a local Pep-Boys / Autozone. Its a good, cheap, generic look at your motor, but the wiring diagram in the back will help loads. Wire up correctly, and then check for functionality. Also, talk to your mechanic, find EXACTLY he transfered from your old block to the new one....
    Will do, I have a manual downloaded in my desktop, I'll give it a search. But thanks man, you've been a big help, I'll keep you updated once I finish
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