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    who thinks turbo timers are a waste of time and money

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    Everyone who has a turbocharged car built since like the mid '90s and doesn't want one for the novelty of not having to sit in the car while it warms up in cold weather.
    Last edited by brfatal; 12-30-2009 at 02:41 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brfatal View Post
    Everyone who has a turbocharged car built since like the mid '90s and doesn't want one for the novelty of having to sit in the car while it warms up in cold weather.
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    It's a complete waste of money especially on a Subaru. I'd offer an explanation, but I'm assuming the OP knows why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eddywrx View Post
    who thinks turbo timers are a waste of time and money
    They are a waste of money just like BOV's are.....

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    bovs are more required then turbo timer

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddywrx View Post
    bovs are more required then turbo timer
    Not on a Subaru. A Subaru comes with a BPV not a BOV. A BPV recirculates instead of "blowing off"
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    bov

    i had a stork bpv and they are made of plastic and leak like a sive also i am running a 600x300x76mm front mount intercooler so i am running a ssqv bov its almost 2 loud

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