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Old 04-18-12, 02:39 PM
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Hey guys in planing running a dual intake setup on my 1.5jz and wanted to know if it's as straightforward as it looks. Do I need to get a aftermarket bov or can I keep the factory one in the same place? I'm also planing on doing my ic piping also. And is there a benefit to doing a duel take set up? Thanks in advance.
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Hey guys in planing running a dual intake setup on my 1.5jz and wanted to know if it's as straightforward as it looks. Do I need to get a aftermarket bov or can I keep the factory one in the same place? I'm also planing on doing my ic piping also. And is there a benefit to doing a duel take set up? Thanks in advance.
Yes it is.. post pics if you do it... i'm looking to get mine done also. i just need time =/. anyways here's a link . READ it.

http://www.supraforums.com/forum/sho...TE-Dyno-result.

http://soarercentral.com/sc-forum/me...75/355205.html
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Looks like it helps. But no one is talking about the bov. Do you think I can keep the stock one?
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I don't see why not... i have a Greddy bov on my FMIC pipping, but the stock one still in place..(disconnected of course).
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I don't see why not... i have a Greddy bov on my FMIC pipping, but the stock one still in place..(disconnected of course).
Can I leave the stock one where it is? And use that.
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^^ you could either do that or find something to cap off the rear turbo discharge BOV outlet either with a rubber cap or weld it shut (im going that route later in life). Then relocate your BOV of choice to another location. I take it that you want to keep that original hard pipe going to the rear turbo?
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^^ you could either do that or find something to cap off the rear turbo discharge BOV outlet either with a rubber cap or weld it shut (im going that route later in life). Then relocate your BOV of choice to another location. I take it that you want to keep that original hard pipe going to the rear turbo?
Ya I'm keeping that pipe. Or I want to.
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