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Old 04-16-2013, 03:14 PM
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Cure for turbo fart?

I see this BD-Power Ford TurboGuard 1047250S it just looks like a really high dollar fancy blow off valve. Is there a reason a normal BOV couldn't be used instead?
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Does the "fart" cause damage or bad performance I don't think I have heard of anyone trying to get rid of it
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I've never heard anyone on the org mention it damaging the turbo but it sure as heck sounds terrible when my truck does it.
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It doesn't hurt anything.
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Old 04-16-2013, 04:35 PM
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I had a Tial BOV on my RX-7, they are nice. It wasn't anywhere near that much... That microprocessor must really make a difference... Mine worked off a vac line.
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I had a Tial BOV on my RX-7, they are nice. It wasn't anywhere near that much... That microprocessor must really make a difference... Mine worked off a vac line.
I've never really thought until now about how one would actually make a conventional bov work. There won't be any vacuum in the manifold if there is still boost in the charge piping because we don't have a throttle body. I guess thats why it needs the electronics to tell it when to vent.
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Y'all are smoking crack.......compressor surge sounds awesome lol
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It makes me nervous to hear shhhhhhhhh woof woof woof woof
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Yea I don't like hearing it either....always makes me nervous....always thought it would be cool to have a bov though
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Im suprised that no company has made one that bolts in the EGR valve location for those of us with it deleted. There is a 6.4 delete kit that has one that mounts where the lower cooler goes when deleted. That being said I have noticed the tune you pick is key. My SPD rarely ever does it unless I let off of a heavy throttle condition. My looney does it more and I got some tunes from MPT and they do it alot!!! So far my SRL+ and my SPD rarely do it with my driving style.
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