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Lookin for comments on what i've been upto..:)

The standard recirculating bov has a small hole in the flange where it attaches to the inlet pipe, this allows air to be constantly bleed of back down the recirulating pipe and back into the system just before the turbo, i guess this is to help with the response of the turbo.

well i've disabled the standard bov and fitted a blanking plate where the bov is so it can't leak of air.

Before the boost use to creep above what it should of been set too by aprox 1-3 psi
Now it holds boost perfectly to what i set it to and also it may just be me but it seems a bit stronger when it comes on boost.
 

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lol....cheers jock me ole mate, its also a good excuse to remove the two steel pipes, one for the cam cover breather and the other recirculater from the bov...:D
 

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aahh no....i removed the two metal pipes one from the cam cover and the others for the recirculating air from the standard bov then blocked up the two holes into the pipe pictured and refitted the pipe...:)
 
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