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Old 07-27-2011, 01:50 PM   #1
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Default Recirculation Valve Hose?

I'm running a Forge Recirculating Race type BOV on my TurboXS FMIC. The BOV (or if your prefer BPV) utilizes the OEM recirculation fitting and hose. Problem is the hose is crap. It was a PITA to get it hooked up to my Perrin SRI, but no matter what way you try to position it the damn thing kinks, badly.




Does anyone know where I can get a replacement silicon hose specific for this application?
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Old 07-28-2011, 04:44 PM   #2
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Samco offers a hose kit for your coolant lines and stuff which also includes the hose you are looking for.
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Old 07-28-2011, 05:29 PM   #3
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I got a perfect solution for you. I'm using a summit universal coolant hose. It doesn't crush and you can bend it any way you like. Ill see if I can find a part #

Ok goodyear 52023 on summt uses 1 1/4 id ends. I use it and so do some of my buddies who run funkey bpv locations and need the crazy bends

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Old 07-28-2011, 05:49 PM   #4
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I got a perfect solution for you. I'm using a summit universal coolant hose. It doesn't crush and you can bend it any way you like. Ill see if I can find a part #

Ok goodyear 52419 on summt. I use it and so do some of my buddies who run funkey bpv locations and need the crazy bends


cool.. I'll definitely look into that. I've been looking at the Samco kits, but can't find the part number for that particular hose.




I was looking at a pic of a buddy's car, and it looks like the best/simplest solution is a hose that relocates the BOV itself.

Here's his set up, notice that the angled hose places the BOV in a damn near stock location.





Then you look at mine and my hose clearly has the BOV in an akward location for fitment of the recirculation hose.







Looks like one of these would work as well, as long as I pick the correct diameter.. http://www.samcosport.com/usa/rp_superflex_hose.asp
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Old 07-28-2011, 06:06 PM   #5
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So I'm looking for a hose with 1 1/2" bore, correct?
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Old 07-28-2011, 07:35 PM   #6
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That Samco SuperFlex was $70!.. I've already placed my order for the Goodyear flex hose.. I talked to the guys at IAG about getting the Perrin hose to relocate the BOV, but it only comes as part of a kit which is $80.
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Old 08-19-2011, 01:06 PM   #7
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I got a perfect solution for you. I'm using a summit universal coolant hose. It doesn't crush and you can bend it any way you like. Ill see if I can find a part #

Ok goodyear 52419 on summt. I use it and so do some of my buddies who run funkey bpv locations and need the crazy bends


Just so everyone knows, this^ hose did not work, interior diameter was far too large. AWDTuning sorted it out for me though.. not sure what hose they used, but it fits perfectly.
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Old 08-19-2011, 02:26 PM   #8
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Im sorry that hose didnt work for you, but i woundnt just say it will not work for everyone. Ive used it 3 times now with great sucess.

heres my set up. even with the extream bend it does not collapse because of the inner metal wires built into it.



the bpv is oem and the turbo inlet is aps, but ive used it with forge BPV and stock inlets as well
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Weird.. the one that I got with that part number is obviously too large (diameter). The second I opened the box I thought so, but I checked anyways. I'm using the same return piece as in your OEM pic of my Forge BPV.
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Old 08-19-2011, 03:43 PM   #10
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Ill be honest maybe its the wrong part #. I just looked it up quick on google and probably got the wrong redirect page. Sorry for the confusion, ill double check the # and post it up so no one else gets screwed

Edit: I found a smaller 1/4in id hose. Probably work better for sock size hoses part #52023

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anyone can point to a link to order the good year hose ?
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Ill be honest maybe its the wrong part #. I just looked it up quick on google and probably got the wrong redirect page. Sorry for the confusion, ill double check the # and post it up so no one else gets screwed

Edit: I found a smaller 1 1/4in id hose. Probably work better for sock size hoses part #52023
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anyone can point to a link to order the good year hose ?
I would double check the size is correct for what you need but the updated part number that wrxsubiemod posted says not available....
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/gtr-52023

But points to the exact same part now marketed by Continental...
(UPC is the same)

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/cel-52023


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UPC: 037256019517
Hose Length (in): 23.000
Hose End 1: 1 1/4 in.
Hose End 2: 1 1/4 in.
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self-serving post incoming.

I've got a Mishimoto Silicone BPV hose posted in the classifieds on here. Designed for OE-ish location and size BPV outlets. I used it with a Tial QR.
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Contrary to popular belief, you do not need to run a constant diameter hose from this location. The 08+ GpN cars were required to recirculate the dump valve; see the following image:



Sourcing something like this might make your install a lot easier.

Even STI designed their inlet the same way - see the aluminum 'step-down' coupling in this kit:

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