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This is a discussion on Turbosmart dual bov on 2011 wrx within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I need some help on my bov set up put it on soft where rubber ring is and got some ...

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    Turbosmart dual bov on 2011 wrx

    I need some help on my bov set up put it on soft where rubber ring is and got some back firing and tight it little more and still geting some and I don't have it vented and getting a flutter


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    Getting flutter sound from intake and backfiring


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    Installed turbosmart value and having promblems

    I installed the dual port bov on my 2011 wrx and all I get is turbo flutter and check and see vaule is opening why some one is hiting the gas and vaule isn't moving at all


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    Did you adjust/install the valve correctly?


    Technical Articles | Adjusting Your Bov Or Bpv 1 | Turbosmart USA

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    Yes the vaule isn't moving at all all u do is bolt it on and hook your vac line and hose up


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    did you buy the valve new or used? Can you push the piston valve open? You may need to oil/clean the BOV/BPV


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    Bought it off ebay supposed been new


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    Pushed it out was hard get out but now feels like it's free up


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    Probably could use a clean and some oil

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    U think need try put it back on and see what type oil need put on it


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    I would Watch the video and use what Turbosmart recommends to use for their Valves. You can try putting it back on and see how it goes, but why risk it though? It may just get stuck later down the road wall your away from home. (Just a Possible scenario) Like Turbosmart said, they recommend to clean and oil the valve every 6 months.

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    How can u find type of oil and lub too put on it


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