I really like the idea of recirculating the air from the BOV back into the intake. I don't really like the "ricey sound" these BOV's make between gear shifts.
Any of you guys seen a turbo running dual BOV's? i.e: one BOV just after the turbo's compressor and a second BOV just after the i/coler's outlet?
What would be the advantage of running two units? Maybe for BIG boost (i.e: 25-30+ psi) applications, needing to vent the reverse pulses quicker? Just curious...
'89 911 Turbo Cab
Protomotive MAP ECU, Twin Plugged Heads, GT2-EVO CAMs, 3.3L fully finned P&C's, ARP fasteners, C2T head gaskets, Titanium Retainers, Turbo spec valves, springs & guides, 964 splash valves, GT35R BB turbo, GSF Stainless Headers, Magnaflow Exhaust, Full bay Intercooler, TiAL 46mm w/gate, TiAL 50mm BOV, Apexi AVC-R EBC, SPEC Stage3+ Clutch kit, Crane CDI Ignition
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