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Old 05-18-2004, 12:33 PM   #1
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Default Twin turbo* Twin fuel pump* Twin BOV????

Everything is TWIN in my car, but dont know if the 2 blow off valve be ok on the car????
I know it still going to release air if you let go of the gas pedal, but could this be done ??? Any damage? Could these lead to slow boost pick up or it just fine to use 2 BOV ????...
I like both of my BOV. Dont want to sell it..
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Old 05-18-2004, 01:08 PM   #2
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Everything is TWIN in my car
really? whats the point of having 2 trannys? jk

i believe ive seen 2 BOV's on a supra once before.. i dont think it was a problem, nor would i see it even being a problem.
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I's just twice the flow....you'll be fine
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Well, first of all what kind of set up is this? (I'll avoid the obvious 'why did you twin turbo a 4 banger' question)

But if you're pushing huge amounts of boost, then a dual BOV might be the only solution to help prevent compressor surge. Are you running a dual inlet set up, or just one big a$$ inlet to the throttle body?

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Well, first of all what kind of set up is this? (I'll avoid the obvious 'why did you twin turbo a 4 banger' question)

But if you're pushing huge amounts of boost, then a dual BOV might be the only solution to help prevent compressor surge. Are you running a dual inlet set up, or just one big a$$ inlet to the throttle body?
I'm guessing it's just to be different then the norm.
So far there is no need to make a twin turbo honda, (power wise) if it's a street car your average t3t4 or t3-60-1 will make more then enough street able power, if he's going for all out power th pro's have proven that a single turbo is more then sufficient.
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considering most twin turbo factory cars convert to single...

good luck with your setup . shouldnt have a problem with 2 bov's i dont see why you would
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no problems . . . . a local guy has a 100% looks and 100% power car . . . .with dual greddy type s bov's . . . . it's for HP cars. You don't need to have them, but it won't ever hurt you.
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Thanks alot guys... My car is a 2.0 LS. I was thinking about converting my single turbo to twin and add another fuel pump along with another BOV. Well I see people dont recommend twin turbo on a honda motor, so I guess single turbo should be fine for me. I'm still keeping my twin BOV just to see what the sound like with 2...

What is better for the street guys... T3/t4 or t3 60-1??? I currently had t3/t4E only 50trim .63.. Should I get a little bigger turbo? like the t3 60-1 or my turbo should be good for dairly driver???

Ohh and motor is fully build from top to oil pan.. 9:1CR going for 20+psi...Hondata

Thanks for replies HT member...
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