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Fairly easy to install. Got the BPV delete and kept the OEM breather, I will add a catch can soon. Stock BOV doesn't sound bad, definitely better than when I had the BPV.
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Nice! I took the day off so I could install during daylight, but the mail never came until after 7pm, luckily my buddy had lights!Mine is currently sitting in a box on my porch waiting for me to get home.....
Thanks! Yeah I am going to monitor for heat soak and see if it is detrimental at all, last night it was about 60ºF when I drove home so I didn't have much of a chance to test that.Looks great dude. Interesting that it doesn't come with any sort of heat shield. Guess it is a fair bit away from the engine.
It literally took about 15 mins to install, not bad at all. A m10 socket with a LONG extension will cut the time down. The two clamps that secure the rubber boot to the intake will take a deep 10mm socket to get the clamps tight.Nice! I have had my intake for like 2 months, it's still sitting in the box.
Been really busy with other stuff not car related, I will probably put it on this weekend since i will be out in the garage installing parts on my motorcycle.It literally took about 15 mins to install, not bad at all. A m10 socket with a LONG extension will cut the time down. The two clamps that secure the rubber boot to the intake will take a deep 10mm socket to get the clamps tight.
No, the BPV is shielded by the tray underneath and only releases air, so nothing should get pulled in. If you're worried about it you can get a proper aftermarket BOV and leave nothing to chance. Mine has been fine so far!I just did this exact same install, and now I'm wondering if there's any risk in doing the BPV delete. How has yours been doing? Any problems caused by the intake at all? Sxth can do an intake pipe with a bpv port, and now I'm wondering if that would have been a safer option.