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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-07-2006, 09:13 PM Thread Starter
 
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BOV or bypass valve for supercharger

was looking at one that was mounted in the elbow from the intake tube into the supercharger heard it sounded alright has anybody looked into this or any other suggestions???
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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-07-2006, 09:34 PM
 
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Honestly I would leave it alone, a lot of other guys on here say that it would sound too "ricey". Im not too educated on that part anyways. I will have to look into that.
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the eaton m62 is equipped with a by pass valve so no need to go adding any more.


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seel your car, buy an civic, have a bov, ricer
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seel your car, buy an civic, have a bov, ricer
This weeks douchebag award goes to.......

Anyway back on topic, if you pop the hood and rev the engine hard, you will hear an air discharge when you let off. I personally wouldn't f with it because you could really mess up your car. Nobody has really been able to make the discharge any louder. Your better off spending your money on other mods.

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seel your car, buy an civic, have a bov, ricer
I didnt really need a smart ass answer but to all the other thanks for the advice i was just wondering. i think a stg2 kit is a much better investment right now my car is ont he shop for rotors, sunroof, and god knows what else.
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You cannot go wrong with GMPP stage 2. Considered by many on this site to be the best mod out there AND its completely warranty safe.
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Yes! ^ It is indeed worth the money! AND, as a matter of fact, I went to the dealership today to get my oil changed and tires rotated and they noticed my Ingalls torque damper. They asked me what it was, and I told them the benefits of it such as less wear on the motor mounts, stiffens shifting, yadda yadda, and the service manager was like "Why doesnt GM put these on factory?!?" So, in Conclusion to this reply, 1) Get the stage 2 kit installed 2) Get the INgalls stiffy torque damper good luck in your modding!
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You cannot go wrong with GMPP stage 2. Considered by many on this site to be the best mod out there AND its completely warranty safe.
the warranty part is only semi correct. it is up to the dealer's discretion, especially if you installed the kit yourself.


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seel your car, buy an civic, have a bov, ricer
jesus... i must have been cranky that early in the morning... not to mention i couldnt spell the word "sell" and used "an" instead of "a"


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