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    BOV kit instalation Question

    now i'm having all ordered parts, only adjustible BOV is on the way
    my Question is does the intaltion and BOV kit plate required removing of intercooler? if yes I guess installation of adjustible BOV required the same
    I wana to try the plate and block BOV first, later I will install adjustible BOV from R & D what do you think
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    Quote Originally Posted by sportman View Post
    now i'm having all ordered parts, only adjustible BOV is on the way
    my Question is does the intaltion and BOV kit plate required removing intercooler? if yes I guess installation of adjustible BOV required the same
    I wana to try the plate and block BOV first, later I will install adjustible BOV fro R & D what do you think
    Good question. I too would like to know what is better, the BOV block off or the adjustible BOV before I buy one.

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    Installing the block of plate does not require removal of the intercooler., only the rear grab handle.

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    what about installing the adjustable BOV does it required to romeve the intercooler

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportman View Post
    what about installing the adjustable BOV does it required to romeve the intercooler

    NO SIR REE

    leave that puppy cooler in the boat

    Waz

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportman View Post
    what about installing the adjustable BOV does it required to romeve the intercooler
    I did mine with the intercooler in. , let the BOV hang down, Get the bottom screw in and started, then rotate it and then get the top screw in. Of course with the gasket.

    Don't drop them bolts!

    Marc

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    oh I was thinking that it's a good chance to reomve the intercooler and clean or check if I have oil in it..thanks for advices

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportman View Post
    oh I was thinking that it's a good chance to reomve the intercooler and clean or check if I have oil in it..thanks for advices
    When blocking mine i decided that its a good chance to remove and clean intercooler.Very easy and a must do just to have piece of mind that your I/C is clean.

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