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This is a discussion on Waiting Anxiously!!! within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I just ordered the agency power adjustable blow off valve. I must admit im alittle excited, this is my first ...

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    Waiting Anxiously!!!

    I just ordered the agency power adjustable blow off valve. I must admit im alittle excited, this is my first engine mod since i put on the aem intake last year during summer. I have been searching for a good aftermarket valve and i was stuck between GFB and AP. Finally i found a vendor UltraREV selling the AP valve for only $155. There reasoning was it was a bad color batch. The guy called me and said the valve is 110% structurally sound but he has been receiving complaints because the color on the flange is a different shade from the color on the housing. Me personally i really didnt care so i went ahead and continued with the order. It should be in today. Im already tuned so im just gonna set it to 50/50 and hope it doesnt cause any issues. Most people say 50/50 is a good reliable setting with no negative feed back so it should work.
    2011 WRB WRX: DW 850 cc injectors. FMS tmic. Custom SRI. GT spec header. Maddad Turboback. Tial mv-s ewg. Perrin Recirc Valve. Grimmspeed ebcs, crank pulley, and up-pipe. Cobb AP w/ custom tune. ACT HD clutch w/ lightweight flywheel. StopTech Club Kit ( front). Whiteline 3-pt adj. sway bars f/r. Perrin front endlinks. Drag DR31 wheels 18x9 +15 offset. Nitto NeoGENS UHP all-seasons. Ultra Racing Rear Strut Bar.

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    I wonder if you would need to re-tune for a hybrid setup.
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    I hopenot. I hear of alot of stock WRXs just slapping one on setting it to 50/50 and it works fine. If you set it to vent 100% then i know for sure a re tune is needed.
    2011 WRB WRX: DW 850 cc injectors. FMS tmic. Custom SRI. GT spec header. Maddad Turboback. Tial mv-s ewg. Perrin Recirc Valve. Grimmspeed ebcs, crank pulley, and up-pipe. Cobb AP w/ custom tune. ACT HD clutch w/ lightweight flywheel. StopTech Club Kit ( front). Whiteline 3-pt adj. sway bars f/r. Perrin front endlinks. Drag DR31 wheels 18x9 +15 offset. Nitto NeoGENS UHP all-seasons. Ultra Racing Rear Strut Bar.

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    youll get the RPM dip probably.

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    Whats the rpm dip?
    2011 WRB WRX: DW 850 cc injectors. FMS tmic. Custom SRI. GT spec header. Maddad Turboback. Tial mv-s ewg. Perrin Recirc Valve. Grimmspeed ebcs, crank pulley, and up-pipe. Cobb AP w/ custom tune. ACT HD clutch w/ lightweight flywheel. StopTech Club Kit ( front). Whiteline 3-pt adj. sway bars f/r. Perrin front endlinks. Drag DR31 wheels 18x9 +15 offset. Nitto NeoGENS UHP all-seasons. Ultra Racing Rear Strut Bar.

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    There's no "re-tuning" for a BOV change.

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