Legnum blow off ventil

snickells

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ok, ventils = valve.

English - so no, the twin turbo system only needs one blow off valve

German - so Nr., der Doppelturbo System nur Notwendigkeit mann blasen Ventil weg
 

hawks

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There is already a factory blow off valve under the drivers side front of the car, near the intercooler.
 

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Really, I thought it was on the passenger side, under the battery??
 

naughtika

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driverside or passenger side.. depends really if which side of the road you drive the car... :D

also i know genuine VR4 are right hand drive.. so his is left hand drive, most probably its transplanted.... correct me if im wrong.. :D
 

hawks

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Sorry, my bad. Of course I ment to say passenger side lol :p
 
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hey snickels in
german= man braucht nur ein blow off ventil für das twinturbo system

snickells ok, ventils = valve.

English - so no, the twin turbo system only needs one blow off valve

German - so Nr., der Doppelturbo System nur Notwendigkeit mann blasen Ventil weg
 

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so what was the outcome of the original question
 

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Sorry Dirk, you'll have to excuse the horrible translation. Babel-fish is far from perfect.
 
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If i install a Blow off valve, will i have to have my car tuned?
If i install a bigger intercooler do i have to have the car tuned.
 

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Probably not the right thread for this particular question Dan.

But to briefly answer your questions:

1) Just so you know, you cannot just "tune" a fuel injected, ecu based engine. Some people, for some reason not all, have some over fueling issues with some particular VTA BOV's. The ecu generally does not like loosing a heap of metered air. That is what happens every time the BOV vents. Does this make sense?
2) Same as the first part of the above answer. Generally you will have positive results to an uprated intercooler.
 
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