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    HKS BOV Instructions

    Hi, we are about to install the HKS BOV. Can we T the vacuum line off of the map sensor vacuum line or do we have to tap into the manifold and run a separate line?

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    Mike


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    Quote Originally Posted by Special View Post
    Hi, we are about to install the HKS BOV. Can we T the vacuum line off of the map sensor vacuum line or do we have to tap into the manifold and run a separate line?

    Thanks
    Mike
    You can T with no problems.

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    If you are referring to the Riva HKS bov kit (click) Than you have some options.....
    1. drill and tap the intake manifold on one of the ends where the wire "tie off" is.
    2. Buy the r&d multi-pressure port adapter (click) and run the vac line from the bov to one of the ports
    3. 'T' the line that goes from the manifold to the MAP sensor

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    Great thanks much guys! How did you guys prime the oil pump? Do I have to break in the supercharger clutch that we just installed or not?

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    Do a T and save the time.

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    Where does this T-piece go?
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by FZSN View Post
    Where does this T-piece go?
    thanks
    The hose that comes out of the manifold and up into the MAP sensor. There are 2 spring clamps holding it in place.

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    sorry for my ignorance... i just bought a used hks bov from a buddy of mine.. but i cant figure out where to put the T piece.. what does it look like and where is it?

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    Look for a 4" long vac. line at the back of the manifold, opposite side of where the valve is going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandinga22 View Post
    sorry for my ignorance... i just bought a used hks bov from a buddy of mine.. but i cant figure out where to put the T piece.. what does it look like and where is it?
    See red below. You are looking at the R&D mppa with the stock MAP sensor on top. Its located on the rear of the manifold on the top. You want to "T" the line circled below. It's hard to miss.

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