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Old 01-24-2012, 09:06 AM   #11
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Yea the person im buying the s-trim from is throwing in a 3.48 for me so ill have a 3.33 - 3.60 to work with dyno day. I'm still thinking of gauges to choose from though.. -_-

What size tubing do you guys run to the tial bov?
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Old 01-24-2012, 09:31 AM   #12
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You do realize that you have to take the blower off each time you want to swap the pulley right? I dont think you would have enough time to switch to all 3 throughout the day unless you want a bill of $1500 for the tune... I suggest researching what other peoples power outputs are and what pulley size they have to gauge the size pulley you need.
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Old 01-24-2012, 03:48 PM   #13
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Yes im aware you need to take the blower off.. I was stating the person is throwing in another pulley for me out of nice ness. I have heard of everyone being intercooled with a 3.33 pulley setup at 8-10psi but thanks for your concern but ive done my research and im not worried about cost on dyno day. Im just looking to get it done right.
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Old 01-25-2012, 06:32 PM   #14
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Yea the person im buying the s-trim from is throwing in a 3.48 for me so ill have a 3.33 - 3.60 to work with dyno day. I'm still thinking of gauges to choose from though.. -_-

What size tubing do you guys run to the tial bov?
Once again, you can't use a blow off valve with your setup.
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Old 01-25-2012, 08:12 PM   #15
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I'm going with a blow through setup. I'll have this: http://www.vmptuning.com/store/index...d=34&parent=31 welded onto the piping. Now thats taken care of could someone answer my question?
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I'm going with a blow through setup. I'll have this: http://www.vmptuning.com/store/index...d=34&parent=31 welded onto the piping. Now thats taken care of could someone answer my question?
Lightning maf won't be able to handle a blow through setup. http://www.ebay.com/itm/SRE-Aluminum...item5645224ce2 on 3" piping.
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Once again, you can't use a blow off valve with your setup.
Why not?

Plenty of people use the tial on blow through setups.

I have the tial 50 mm bov with the 3 psi spring and it works PERFECT. I love it and it was cheaper than the red race or vortech valves.

What you have listed looks good except I would use the 05+ HPX sensor and IMO, drop down to the 3.12-3.15 pulley if you want to see 10 psi.

The only thing that differentiates a BOV and a Bypass valve is that a bypass usually recirculates the air....as long as you have a spring that will let the BOV stay open at idle, its the same as a bypass. Thats why tial sells the 3 psi supercharger spring.

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3.33 pulley w power pipe will put u closer to 11 psi.
I dont think he would see that amount ofboost with a front mount.....

With an SI v2 vortech, FMIC with a 3.125, bone stock PI longblock id see about 10 psi at 6k, maybe 11 psi when I reved it top 6200 on a cold day, the 3.33 will probably get you about 8 at 6k.

I was running a big KN filter on the end of my blower which was tested vs a powerpipe and the guy saw the same boost, if not more with the filter.
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Why not?

Plenty of people use the tial on blow through setups.
This was based on the fact that he is using a BA2400 so he will have to go draw through. BOV work great for blow through setups. BA2400 MAFs usually peg pretty low in a draw through setup, and you need almost double the capacity for a blow through setup. The BA2400 might not be able to handle the volume of air in a blow through setup. He either needs to get rid of the BOV and go BPV or he needs to get an HPX '05 slot style or another similar maf.
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This was based on the fact that he is using a BA2400 so he will have to go draw through. BOV work great for blow through setups. BA2400 MAFs usually peg pretty low in a draw through setup, and you need almost double the capacity for a blow through setup. The BA2400 might not be able to handle the volume of air in a blow through setup. He either needs to get rid of the BOV and go BPV or he needs to get an HPX '05 slot style or another similar maf.

Gotcha,

I would say go HPX 05 and never look back.

By the time you buy that cheaper sensor and a Mafia extender you will end up spending more than the hpx costs anyway.
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Old 01-27-2012, 10:56 AM   #20
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Alrighty sounds good.. so drop to a 3.15 to reach around 10psi or so and deffently go with an HPX 05. Guess ill repost my BA2400 for sale again lol..
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