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3.3TT BMS Stinger Tial BOV Kit Teaser Video

Discussion in 'Engine, Drivetrain, and Exhaust Discussion' started by Terry@BMS, Aug 9, 2018.

  1. Terry@BMS

    Terry@BMS United States Stinger Enthusiast Authorized Vendor

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  2. RandallK

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    So bad ass.. I can’t wait!!!
     
  3. MekstingerGT

    MekstingerGT United States Active Member

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    Nice! What's the benefit of using 1 or 2 bov?
     
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  4. NYdito

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    Nice!!
     
  5. KLR STINGER

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    No specific reason to use 1 vs 2 other than venting capacity. The stinger uses 2 probably because they already had one designed for the elantra sport and was easier/cheaper to add a second one for the needed capacity of the 3.3, than design and spec a new one. A 50MM Hi flow BOV ( tial/turbosmart/etc) should provide enough flow to vent 1000+ hp
     
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  6. Kamauxx

    Kamauxx United States 2500 Posts Club!

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    Does this actually (REALLY) do anything other than make noise?
     
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  7. DaBears4Lyfe

    DaBears4Lyfe United States Stinger Enthusiast

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    Nice Terry! If you need some additional reviews and testers when you finish the product I would gladly help out :D
     
  8. KLR STINGER

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    BOV's/re-circulation valves are required to eliminate damaging compressor surge on throttle closure under boost. OEM plastic recirc valves are notorious for leaking boost, failing over time and increased boost level. A Fast responding BOV with a lightweight piston design also improves boost recovery between shifts, and can also help at launch when transitioning from vacuum to boost. This particular one will help a tuned car in the areas above, but for a stock car it's not necessary
     
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  9. Kamauxx

    Kamauxx United States 2500 Posts Club!

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    Thanks for the info!
     
  10. MekstingerGT

    MekstingerGT United States Active Member

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    Is this for the adaptor flang or the whole setup?
     
  11. Terry@BMS

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  12. robz32

    robz32 United States 1000 Posts Club! Staff Member Moderator Texas Stinger Swarm

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    Not sure how I missed this post. But that looks great @Terry@BMS Thanks for developing this part. Looking forward to the release.
     
  13. DiabloStinger

    DiabloStinger United States Stinger Enthusiast

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    Any further information on this single valve design? I know a few people that would snap this up in a heartbeat.
     
  14. Oryan

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    Since you were down there looking at the BOVs... do you see any reason or benefit to upgrading the stock hot side IC piping?
     
  15. jatleson

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    These are a lot quieter than the HKS kits I've seen (a good thing). Have you considered molding the DV caps onto the flange? Would clean up the look and prevent than tubes from flopping around.
     
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