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This is a discussion on Bpv with tmic within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; So I just ordered a Perrin BPV but I noticed while surfing the web that the only pics I can ...

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    Bpv with tmic

    So I just ordered a Perrin BPV but I noticed while surfing the web that the only pics I can find are all on cars with FMICs but I still have the stock top mount. Am I going to be unable use this bpv with the stock top mount?
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    Yea you'll be fine

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    Recirculating bov is the same as a bpv right?
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    Yes, kinda. One recirculates and the other vents to atmosphere

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    But the recirculating blow off valve plugs in the same way the bypass valve does. So how does it vent to the atmosphere? I just wanna know if its safe on my car without a custom map
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    Yes. Click image for larger version. 

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    Here is my bov. Well the back of it. Below is where the recirculating bpv would attach to

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    No need for a tune. From what I heard, on the up side it will better your throttle response. Down side can leak after a few years

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    I just plugged it into the stock hose. Is that bad?
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    If you take a picture, I can get a better idea of what you mean

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    Here is a bpv by Cobb. The stock hose would connect to the front of this valve. As where mine is venting out I needed to put a plug in that hose same hose

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    No way to attach it now. I just connected it the same way the stock one was before I took it off
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    Well, if we're talking about the same hose, your fine. That's where it goes on a bpv. There is not much to it, probably one of the easiest mods you can do.

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    Thx
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    No prob 👍✌

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    Here is the front of my bov. There is where it vent out

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