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#1 Old 07-23-2008, 06:57 PM
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Tial bov

can some one tell me about the tial bov........i was told i should get a tial but some people are syaing that there no good............what do you guys think?
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#2 Old 07-23-2008, 06:59 PM
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BOV are bad and pointless on a WRX.

Tials are great valves, one o the best IMO but for the money you pay for one on a WRX unless your running stand alone EM you will either hurt your performance or just do nothing to it.

Read thne sticky about BOVs

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umm i have a big 16g i need to hold 21-22 pounds of boost....im not just thinking about getting it for sound.....i was told my turbo xs bov will leak......
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i was tuned at 18 pounds, now im getting tuned at 21-22......
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The stockers have been known to hold up to 25lbs. If you cant get a hold of a stock one I would go for one that is fully recirculatory or one thats 50/50

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any suggestions? type-rs with recirc kit........hmmm
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i have another question.....is a new silicone turbo inlet pipe worth it? does it flow better? i need to know asap
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1) Don't double post
2) Pushing 22PSI out of a "big" 16G is out of it's efficency range.
3) the stocker can handle 20PSI without issue.
4) Perrin makes a popular BPV that's reasonably priced and works great for rediculous PSI
5) Turbo inlet pipes aren't worth dick on a stock intercooler and most aftermarket intercooler will come with their own.

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mosc if you dont mind me asking whats the efficency range of the big 16g? sry if i pissed you off or somthing idk you seemed kinda upset idk lol
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well, there are too many variants of the 16G to be specific. The only real way to know is to get a pressure/flowrate chart from the turbo and see for yourself. I'd wager 20PSI though is about all you'd want to milk out of the thing. It matters on your intake/intercooler some too. Eventually you just start getting more hot air.

I think the stocker would handle 22psi anyway. I haven't really heard of one poppin'.

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