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Old 05-03-2013, 07:01 PM   #1
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Default Want to go recirulating..how?

I have been running my Tial BOV for the last 3 years as atmospheric and want to go recirculating. I have grown tired of the noise. The car sounds sick and gets a lot of attention, but the more I drive it the more annoying it gets. How do I change this to recirculating? Right now the BOV is located off the pipe coming down from my V2 to the intercooler. Any information and pics would be greatly appreciated.
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whats the outlet of the bov look like? You may be able to attach silicone tubing from the bov to the intake pipe before the charger. Im assuming you run a blow though maf since you have a bov.
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There is no outlet. The Tial just has openings all around the body where the air comes out. I assume I would need to get a new BOV with an outlet to run the tubing to the intake pipe. I am running a blow through maf.
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Yea a different bov or a by pass valve will work. You will have to get a inlet on the intake pipe before the blower for the bypass tube. Personally, I would just get a queiter by pass valve and see is that's quiet enough before modding the intake pipe. good luck either way
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