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sequencial BOV

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by cointelpro, Nov 20, 2003.

  1. cointelpro

    cointelpro Senior Member

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    ive heard so many people say sequencial (spelling) BOV are the best, why is this and how do they work?

    ive been told they have a little wheel like thing in them that lets off the pressure in small parts very quick instead of letting it all go at once. true?
     
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    cointelpro Senior Member

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    :blink: bump :blink:
     
  3. pissedoffsol

    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    if you ask me, they aren't.

    they sound "cool". other than that, they are POS's that break
     
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    racerxb20z Senior Member

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    actually one of the best bov you can get is the 1st gen dsm bov and crush the cap a few mm, screw paying $100+ all you need is 10 bucks and a junk yard for something that is much better.
     
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    b18vtecrx Senior Member

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    actually the sequential BOV's are one of the worst out there the best one is the blitZ one because it has a small filter on it to make sure nothing gets sucked in
    once the bov isnt pusshing air out but closing up but the HKS one doesnt have the filter so you can suck crap in. it wasnt rated as good as any of the others in this mag i was reading.....cant remember what mag tho. hope i helped a little peace -mike
     
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    actually the best valves to use with a closed loop system (which most production cars are) is the combination plumback and atmospheric venting BOV's. They sound cool and don't make your ecu freak out over no manifold pressure during shifts.
     
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