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This is a discussion on found bpv within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; I found an OEM BPV and TMIC and I picked them both up for ; they look brand new. The ...

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    I found an OEM BPV and TMIC and I picked them both up for $50; they look brand new. The only thing I am missing is the pipe that connects the BPV to the recirculation hose. The turboxs piece of garbage that is on there now is exactly that...worthless garbage. I need to know if (it doesn't seem like it would) it would hurt anything to use the OEM BPV without that pipe until I find it...just to get rid of the awfulness that is currently in place. like I said, it doesn't seem like it would cause a problem but I just want conformation. Thanks.

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    Get the hoses from Auzo-Zone... it's air.. not fuel... just replace the hoses.... trust me.... I would run ANYTHING on my car without something in it's place... 99.9% of the folks on here will agree.
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    It's not actually the hose that is missing it is the metal elbow that directs the air into the rubber hose...there is a bov on it now it is just a piece of shizzle...

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    How are you going to hook up the dump tube then? If not, it is basically VTA.
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    I checked it out and am going to have to just find that elbow. I hadn't even looked at it before I started posting (I have a nasty habit of that...my bad). My original plan was to use it as VTA just to get rid of that rickity ass turboxs garbage until I found the elbow to dump it into the recirc line. After looking at it, it isn't going to work. I was trying to rig it up just until I got a new BOV but after careful consideration, I decided it best to wait. I am taking it to CFT in Orlando Thursday to have it tuned so hopefully they can help me work something out. Thanks for all the quick input and if anyone from Florida knows anything about CFT, feel free to share the information. Thanks everyone.

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