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This is a discussion on "The BIG BOV thread" (Where all bov question threads get merged) within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hehe ..... then he has to spend around - just to get the flange i don't remember where ...

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    hehe ..... then he has to spend around $35 - $50 just to get the flange
    i don't remember where to get it ....... mmm ....... i forgot
    Last edited by chobits; 04-10-2003 at 05:19 PM.

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    you can find it here

    http://www.mvpmotorsports.com/Templa...406&SearchYN=N

    one is aluminum ($35) and the other one is steel ($49)

    but i'm not really sure if this fit on the WRX
    like WRXin said, u should buy the WRX kit
    Last edited by chobits; 04-10-2003 at 05:20 PM.

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    ah~ that's what I need.

    thnx a lot guys.

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    it's not free
    labor is expensive here in the US

    just joking
    good luck w/ the bov, i will get mine on tuesday

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    Originally posted by chobits
    it's not free
    labor is expensive here in the US

    just joking
    good luck w/ the bov, i will get mine on tuesday
    Hey dude, if you need help installing it PM me, we'll exchange numbers, and we'll get to work on it
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    sigh***

    why cant pple like you live in NY.

    you wanna move here?? it's a great place to live..

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    Originally posted by WRXin'
    Hey dude, if you need help installing it PM me, we'll exchange numbers, and we'll get to work on it
    the bov is plug and play, should be easy isn't it ^_^ (wrx kit; don't know about the universal one)

    NY is nice, it's just to crowded over there
    i love houston but not the weather
    the rest is okay
    FOOD! is the best

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    Where in NY? PM me.
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    Originally posted by nyxjf
    sigh***

    why cant pple like you live in NY.

    you wanna move here?? it's a great place to live..
    Oh, believe me I know I was there in August. I want to work for McKinsey & Co. in Time Square. That would be so great

    Originally posted by ryland
    Where in NY? PM me.
    Yet another friendly member to the rescue

    Chobtis -- yeah it is plug and play...really easy install
    Fahd

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    haha~ farrrr from where you live~ unfortunately~

    I live in city. Well.. near city. thnx a lot tho.

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    blow off valve question

    I'm thinking about getting a turboxs BOV..either the H or the RFL, and i don't totally understand the adapter kits. If i buy just the valve and the stuff it comes with, would I also need one of the adapter kits? i saw a picture and it looks like it has some plate to attach on and tubing..is all of this necessary or can i just buy the valve and what comes with it and that's all i need..also it talks about welding but i can get that taken care of..thanks
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    If you want a direct bolt on, then buy the adapter. If not dont. I have no idea why you wouldnt though. Buy the adapter

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    thanks for the help..but i don't really want to spend 36 or 37 bucks on something i could do at home. my best friend is a carpenter/electrician and has any supply i could possibly need to get it set up...saves me a little money i can put towards something else (i'm on a pretty tight budget)..also doesn't the BOV come with an aluminum or steel welding plate so you can just weld it on instead of bolting it?
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    Not sure about the welding plate but I dont see how your gonna weld the blow off valve to the stock intercooler. There is no point.

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    i just got the RFL last week, trust me, you want the adapter. the only reason you would not want it is if you have a front mount and a different upper intercooler pipe. but otherwise spend the extra cash. it took me 15 minutes to install, and that was taking my time. without it i can honestly say you will be there for hours upon hours. reason being the adapter sits flush over the bracket that is an odd D shape. there is no way you would want to go welding anything onto this plate. but if you did you would have to weld a piece on there and then attach the b.o.v. and you would always see the bracket underneath. that is just my opinion though. hope that helps.

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