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Old 02-27-2007, 02:34 PM   #1
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pics- roush bov & blowthrough

i wanted to make sure this is the right way to set this up before i go cutting up my charge pipe.





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Old 02-27-2007, 05:55 PM   #2
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Correct BOV>>> MAF>>>>> TB
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Put your MAF on the housing and make sure you weld it on going the right direction , you can put the BOV anywhere , try to center the MAF right in the milddle of that long piece of pipe

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Old 02-27-2007, 09:49 PM   #4
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there isnt really any place else in the cold side of the intercooler piping to put the bov. that is the only peace of pipe that is straight enough. i cant tig weld and dont have any access to a tig welder so i need enough room to put a coupler.

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Old 02-28-2007, 06:26 AM   #5
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No... Dont do it with hoses , find a local weld shop and have everything cut and ready to go , use a marker and when you have everything like you want it put lines on the piping so when you get to the welding shop they can put it back to weld it exactly like you had it on the car and again make sere the MAF is going in the right direction

If your going to do it do it right the first time , it cost more to do it the second time

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i agree with tom....

see the first bend after the first straight section, i would get a flange and have it welded on that little straight section.
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ok that is what i will do. and dont worry i know about the maf, lol. and plus it will look better to have it welded any way. thanks tom
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im having this welded in like this tomarrow. and i will start converting my car over monday! yay im so excited, lol



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and once i get the intercooler and piping in i will have the bov adapter welded in here....



but i have to wait so i know that i have the angle right and that it will fit.
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Would that work?? (what i would do...but i cannot see the angle very well with the pic so it might not be able to happen..although if your welding and cutting you can always cut the bov adapter a little shorter.)
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