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You are using an out of date browser. It may not display this or other websites correctly. You should upgrade or use an alternative browser. Discussion in ' Newbie and Basic Turbo Tech Forum ' started by the rookie24Jan 26, Boost is a bi-product of the motor and turbo just as Horsepower is a bi-product of torque, or maybe thats backwards but you get the idea. As far as BOV and Wastegate go, there are several links on this site that already explains this with the search button.

As far as BOV goes it goes after turbo before TB on cold side. Its vacume reference to intake post TB, as bedste gratis dating sites as Wastegate goes, its on the Downpipe and is referenced to the boost. Pre Throttle body can hook up blow off valve done through carb hat, or else straight to compressor housing. Now if I have this wrong someone please chime in and correct me. BoostedBadBoyJan 26, Wastegate is not on the downpipe, its on the hot side pre turbo.

Its referenced from the cold side on the compressor housing preferably. When the pressure from the reference point overpowers the spring the wastegate will open. Bad tech info does not help anyone and can cost someone a lot of money and time. I hope your wastegate is not mounted on your downpipe if it is someone gave you bad tech info, see what i mean. Well where were you guys two months ago when I gay speed dating san diego this same question in a very similar thread?

This is not the first time this subject has been approached and most responses are asshole like saying something very unusable like use the search button which is exactly what I also stated. Because that is the same misinformation I was passed on as well. I'm not calling you an asshole just in general its becoming frustrating people always want to point stuff out but hook up blow off valve is very willing to stepup and point in the right direction.

So FYI there are a few other threads going around about same subject with this misinformation on it as well. I'm not sure which they are or how to find them. I just know they are here. But quite a few things I have searched come back with old arcive pages catched and links not avalible anymore. But I said EXACTLY what was passed on before and yes if this is wrong then this was wrong a long time hook up blow off valve when noone caught it when Hook up blow off valve asked about it.

I have twin turbo's, and external wastegates, so where should mine be mounted then? BoostedBadBoyJan 27, VSracingJan 27, Back on topic please. Leave the name calling at home. RI85GTJan 27, Bov line comes from intake manifold. Wastegate comes off the compressor housing. The intake manifold is the best place. One thing that the veterans of every forum need to remember is that some of the words and terms that you use are like speaking french to a new guy.

This can make the stickied threads very hard to follow. Especially when one individual is calling a part by one name and another is using another name or abreveation for the same part. Theres several others that are abbreviated but you get my point. I would say that most guys try to read the stickied post and try to get a good idea on how to do things but are confused by the lengo and terms that they dont understand.

Not if its carbed, then it should go post turbo but pre carb so the carb always sees the same pressure difference. Not trying to split hairs I just tried to softer spring that came with my bov lol. VSracingJan 28, Pretty damn close to 1: You must log in or sign up to reply here. Share This Page Tweet. Log in Your name or email address: Gympie dating Home Quick Links. Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma.

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