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Oct 18, 4:10pm - #303227 
BPV

Where is the best place to cut the CAI for the BPV???


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Oct 18, 4:12pm - #303228 
Pictures would be helpful too. Thanks.


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Oct 18, 7:56pm - #303229 
Anyone???


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Oct 18, 8:08pm - #303230 
BPVs don't work on our cars.

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Oct 18, 8:58pm - #303231 
In turbo engine that uses VAM (Vane air meter), which people call them flapper-type AFM (air flow meter), BPV reroutes the air from (turbo-to-TB section) to (AFM-to-turbo section)
In speed density system or hotwire-type AFM, BPV is not need. You can just vent it out (BOV)


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Oct 18, 9:14pm - #303232 
LOL, I thought he meant bypass valve. tongue

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Oct 18, 9:16pm - #303233 
The same thing I was trying to explain. Read my post wink


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Oct 18, 9:51pm - #303234 
Hehe, nope, two different things. wink I was talking about the kind of bypass valve that keeps a CAI from sucking water into the engine if the filter is submerged, and you were talking about turbo systems. smile

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Oct 18, 10:08pm - #303235 
I see. spineyes spineyes
You mean the AEM "Air bypass valve".


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Oct 18, 10:11pm - #303236 
Yup. wink

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