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Cold side pipe with bov

Does anyone make a cold CAI pipe to fit a BOV on
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The blow off valve goes on the hotside pipe, not the cold side. Elite Diesel makes them. Give them a call
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Oh everywhere ive read its the cold side
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You can put it in either side, but it is better to have it in the hot side pipe where it is closer to the turbos. All you do is weld the flange on. I dont think you can buy pipes already made for them. If its for stock turbos I would put my money into something else than a BOV

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I have it on the cold side, it pretty much electrical wiring, i wish i would have done it custom on the hot side, it seems to be better there, also if you need any help with the install PM me!
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Yea stock turbos. What would you put your money towards. Im wanting to build a bullet proof 6.4 . I have cold air intake. Dpf delete . Air dog2 so far installed havent taken out egr yet even tho its turned off I heardit acts as a wastegate so figure I would leave it in till I can afford to do that.
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Take that out!!!
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