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Old 01-12-2006, 11:16 AM   #1
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OMGHi2U FS:CT TURBOSMART WRX/STI STEALTH Dual Port Blow off Valve

Aimed at the rapidly growing number of enthusiasts who prefer their performance accessories to be inconspicuous, the Sleeper Series is designed to blend into an engine bay without attracting any unwanted attention. Anodised in a super-smooth black, the Sleeper Series is purpose built to bolt on the 2001+ model WRX. Due to the ever-increasing demand, turbosmart now has a bolt on BOV for the Subaru WRX that will vent to atmosphere and back into the air intake. Dual ports with sequential timing allow quieter operation during normal driving loads with the benefit of a Supersonic during race conditions. Purpose built to bolt on the WRX No adapters required Supplied with a universal blanking flange to reconfigure to Plumb back or atmospheric dump only. Quick and easy fitment Adjustment via the unique Quick Wrist action (no spanners required) Retails around $300 asking $200 OBO


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Old 01-12-2006, 02:27 PM   #2
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Old 01-13-2006, 08:19 AM   #3
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Old 01-13-2006, 01:07 PM   #4
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how does it plumb back in like stock? I dont see a recirculating fitting like HKS or greddy offered. Only askin bc im interested
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how does it plumb back in like stock? I dont see a recirculating fitting like HKS or greddy offered. Only askin bc im interested
Go to TURBOSMARTS website and look up my BOV fittment directions and it will explain with pictures. http://www.turbosmart.com.au/
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alright, you have the dual port sleeper series, i read everything about disconnecting pieces from the stocker etc, so now i see how it works, pretty cool. But...what mods do you have done to ur car and why are u selling? The first mod i ever did to my car was a turbo xs bov and my car ran like crap. Now i have stg 2 cobb fully catless. Will the car run the same with this new bov except i will here alittle more woosh? I will upgrade the turbo in a few months so i need one eventually
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alright, you have the dual port sleeper series, i read everything about disconnecting pieces from the stocker etc, so now i see how it works, pretty cool. But...what mods do you have done to ur car and why are u selling? The first mod i ever did to my car was a turbo xs bov and my car ran like crap. Now i have stg 2 cobb fully catless. Will the car run the same with this new bov except i will here alittle more woosh? I will upgrade the turbo in a few months so i need one eventually
This was my first "mod" also, I bought it on a whim, wanted the noise "whoosh" but now I have a TurboXS up pipe instaled a helix downpipe at home and I am trying to scrounge money for a cat back to finish my exhaust and I was told the BOV makes the car run lean and with the cat less ehaust i am installing, the BOV will make me shoot fireballs which is cool for the first few times but then gets old and attacks ppolice and burns rear bumpers. so i want to go back to the stock one.
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Old 01-13-2006, 03:21 PM   #8
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<- running catless with 50-50 bov = no flames
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