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    my new 06 rxp goodies

    well first off id like to thanks Ron Shearer from shearer fabrications for the perfection which a welder!!! and jettrim for a savage seat cover its worth the wait!!

    he made me a hard pipe with a tial BOV... and in a few months hes going to build me the baddest turbo kit to be on an RXP!

    heres some pics of the pipe and bov..........hes is going to start producing these and they will go FAST!!!!!!!!!!!!! post up if you have interest!!!

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    Norwegian Wiking Trond's Avatar
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    Well... for those who are still running an internal IC, my guess is that they run a rather snall charger to, and therefore shouldn't need any BOV... Most guys with high boost chargers would skip the BOV in danger of a boost-leak. I dont see the marked unless the price is "dirt-cheap"




    Just my 2 cent...

    Nice welding tho..

    Trond

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    no need for BOV on a supercharger, these were meant for turbos, with the blow off the supercharger washers wear out faster because the air is released and the supercharger impeller solely relies on the clutch washers to help it slow down when the throttle is chopped. The positive charge of air behind the throttle body without the BOV helps the impeller slow down with out causing much friction on the clutch washers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trond View Post
    Well... for those who are still running an internal IC, my guess is that they run a rather snall charger to, and therefore shouldn't need any BOV... Most guys with high boost chargers would skip the BOV in danger of a boost-leak. I dont see the marked unless the price is "dirt-cheap"




    Just my 2 cent...

    Nice welding tho..

    Trond
    if a BOV boost leaks on whoevers setup its a joke...............ive been dealing with boost my whole life and never had a leak on a ski or a car

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultramaxracing05 View Post
    no need for BOV on a supercharger, these were meant for turbos, with the blow off the supercharger washers wear out faster because the air is released and the supercharger impeller solely relies on the clutch washers to help it slow down when the throttle is chopped. The positive charge of air behind the throttle body without the BOV helps the impeller slow down with out causing much friction on the clutch washers.

    1. BOVs are not meant for turbo's only, they help every boost application




    2. why would you want your blower to slow down???????? if its spinning faster itll see boost faster and the ski will be instant on the throttle and boost

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    please god dont get into the BOV debate again.... its been beaten to death more than a dead horse...

    my personal expeirience is ever since i installed my TIAL bov the clutch has held slip much longer this way all though i do agree with the reasoning for not running one the results prove otherwise....

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    Quote Originally Posted by meeper View Post
    please god dont get into the BOV debate again.... its been beaten to death more than a dead horse...

    my personal expeirience is ever since i installed my TIAL bov the clutch has held slip much longer this way all though i do agree with the reasoning for not running one the results prove otherwise....
    I agree with you on that... as long as you can keep the bov from leaking there will only be benefits from it, but on a bone stock ski with internal ic and low boost, i dont see the point. With an external ic its another story... Then you have the ic before the throttle-valve and without the bov you can experience boost pikes that's too much for the ic, specially on the bigger chargers and turbo. On my turbopowered jetboat running 23-25psi i will pop my hoses off without the bov in place.

    I have not ever had any issues with leaking bov, but alot of people here has.

    Make your guy weld some nice headers for sc and turbo instead!! Looks to be a good welder...

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    Absolutely no point in using a bov with an internal IC, very nice welding job though

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