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    FZS Blow off Valve install question-Need help

    finally got around to installing the riva blow off valve kit that i purchased from a member of the forum and i cant seem to figure out where the clear "t" and black piece go (see picture). i cant find any mention of either piece in the Riva instructions?????? did he send me extra pieces? am i missing another piece??
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    Quote Originally Posted by smitch022002 View Post
    finally got around to installing the riva blow off valve kit that i purchased from a member of the forum and i cant seem to figure out where the clear "t" and black piece go (see picture). i cant find any mention of either piece in the Riva instructions?????? did he send me extra pieces? am i missing another piece??
    thanks

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    http://www.rivamotorsports.com/instr...ry17040_bv.pdf

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    My bov came today, this pic is how it came out of the box. I'm not sure what the clear plastic piece does either. I'll be hooking mine up to the r&d multi pressure port adapter so I think I will use the vac line that came with that. hope this helps.
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    The clear filter is non-directional and placed after the blow off valve, spliced into the line supplied. The T is used if you are not using something like the R&D Multi pressure port adapter.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awamori View Post
    The clear filter is non-directional and placed after the blow off valve, spliced into the line supplied. Click image for larger version. 

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    Can't I just use a normal vac line?

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    dupe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeFZR View Post
    Can't I just use a normal vac line?
    Leave that "clear filter" in part of the hose as you showed above in your pic. That end goes "closer" to either your R&D port adapter or directly to your Intake manifold if you tapped that for the BOV line. I drilled/tapped my manifold so I have a direct line from the BOV to my manifold. I'm using my R&D adapter for my boost gauge and possibly a FPR down the road. The 1/8" NPT will either go into your R&D adapter or directly into the boss of the manifold. If you aren't using the Adapter or tapping into the manifold, then the white "T" goes under the MAP sensor and spliced into the hose with the BOV line connecting to it. Hopefully that makes sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeFZR View Post
    My bov came today, this pic is how it came out of the box. I'm not sure what the clear plastic piece does either. I'll be hooking mine up to the r&d multi pressure port adapter so I think I will use the vac line that came with that. hope this helps.
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    I'm sure the clear plastic piece is there to filter debris(oil,dust etc.)from entering the BOV. I doubt there wiould be any at all in there so it may not be needed.

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    i will be drilling and tapping the manifold and dont have an R&D adapter. i now understand where the round filter goes.
    So the "t" i will not need, correct?
    thanks for all the help

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    Quote Originally Posted by smitch022002 View Post
    i will be drilling and tapping the manifold and dont have an R&D adapter. i now understand where the round filter goes.
    So the "t" i will not need, correct?
    thanks for all the help
    Correct. Not sure if this is the best way to do it but you could probably use that little tee to add a vac hose for a RRFPR later on if you need it.

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