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Had a couple of questions about BOV's. I wanted to know what would be the benefits of changing the stock BOV to say a HKS super Sequential BOV?

How would this effect the performance of the turbo and would any other modifications need to be done by installing one of these. I only ask cause I really haven't found any books that explain this very well and I know you guys and gals are the go to people.

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There is none, Keep the stock BPV. With an intake it sounds the same. Also 99% of all BOV setups ive seen/heard, they all flutter which will in time ruin your turbo and you will have to replace it.
 

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yeah my buddy just got a injen intake for his 09 tc and the bpv sounds even louder
sounds pretty amazing and wouldnt need a bov
 

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yea we dont have BOV, its a recirculating turbo, BOVs on our cars sound like shit IMO. Hanh or Injen intake, and you'll love it.
 

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Thank you all for the info. Definately don't want my balt sounding like emo shit and if the stock bypass valve is more than adequate, it isn't getting change. Thanks very much
 
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