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    b.o.v block off for riva aluminum piping

    Where can I find a b.o.v block off plate for Rivas aluminum ic piping kit?


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    You have to make it. Nobody i know of manufactures one.

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    Damn I thought considering its a standard greddy style someone would have it

    Maybe ill just plug up the adapter it came with

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    Well, good point! I bet someone does make one.

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    Is it still not recomended to run the B.O.V???
    I know in the past it wasnt recomended..Plan on going stage 2
    next year with the new intercooler plumbing..and not running a B.O.V.
    Woundering if this is still the way to go...

    Scott

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    It just depends on who you talk to. Rotax Racing advises against running the BOV's. Im starting to wonder if this is in our best interest with the larger high boost SC's such as the new Riva S3 and B kits.

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    That's the way the big dogs run it so I really don't see a need for it if they dont

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    i got a guy that can make em i just need a template and then you gotta order about a thousand lol

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    Jerry this is probably an idiotic question but do you think it makes any difference if I find say a rubber hose or something else to plug it up rather than a plate, it should still work fine this way I don't think enough pressure is made to leak from there or blow a plug off or would you ecommend finding someone to have it made

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    It would probably work, but the best thing is to have a block off plate made.

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