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    Reliable BOV's

    I was just wondering what people have had success with. I'm running a et137 +4mm and we often run in a lot of chop up in NJ. Ive heard a lot of them fail. Any advice is appreciated


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    Save your money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troyheb View Post
    Save your money.
    haha alright

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    BOV's really only work when you chop throttle typically on a turbo install. These boats rarely get into that condition.

    Andy

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    Dont need one on supercharger just turbo skiis

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    my buddy runs one on his ski and hasnt had any problems i think its the one from the hulk store. Personally i saved the money and spent it on stuff that actually matters. When i let off it makes a BOVish noise (im assuming thats the SC slip).....good nuff for me

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    So pretty much sound mod

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatTBSS View Post
    So pretty much sound mod
    Yep. There are many people here who believe it actually accelerates SC clutch wear.

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    bov's vent the air from the i/c pipe to keep it from pushing back in to the blades of the turbo and making it surge (disrupting it from freely spinning). air will not make a s/c surge as it cannot stop the shaft from spinning.

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