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Has anyone upgraded from stock recirc to a blowoff or a splitter. I'm thinking about swapping to this. https://www.forgemotorsport.com/The_...uct--793.html#
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You can take a look around and see many have. If you are going to get a BOV, why continue to recirculate that hot air back into the intake? Just let it vent to atmosphere and put less hot air in the turbo/inter cooler.


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You can take a look around and see many have. If you are going to get a BOV, why continue to recirculate that hot air back into the intake? Just let it vent to atmosphere and put less hot air in the turbo/inter cooler.
Someone suggested the splitter, is there any upside to having it recirculate

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recirculating can be quieter...
it does give another point where air can get into the intake instead of all through the filter...

Since our system uses a MAP and not a MAF, where the air gets in won't matter and the recirculated air isn't measured by the computer until it hits the MAP after it is mixed with other incoming air from the filter, so remover of the diverter isn't an issue for our cars.


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recirculating can be quieter...
it does give another point where air can get into the intake instead of all through the filter...

Since our system uses a MAP and not a MAF, where the air gets in won't matter and the recirculated air isn't measured by the computer until it hits the MAP after it is mixed with other incoming air from the filter, so remover of the diverter isn't an issue for our cars.
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recirculating can be quieter...
it does give another point where air can get into the intake instead of all through the filter...

Since our system uses a MAP and not a MAF, where the air gets in won't matter and the recirculated air isn't measured by the computer until it hits the MAP after it is mixed with other incoming air from the filter, so remover of the diverter isn't an issue for our cars.
Out of curiosity. Would that splitter fit on our car? And what blow off valves do you recommend?

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And do any bolt on with minimum work to fit?

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I am not sure if that splitter would fit. If it does, it would probably require some modifications. The description lists compatible vehicles and does not include hyundai. As far as BOV, there are many so it will come a lot to preference. You can got as simple as the BOV plate for our car, or get an adapter to a real BOV.


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I am not sure if that splitter would fit. If it does, it would probably require some modifications. The description lists compatible vehicles and does not include hyundai. As far as BOV, there are many so it will come a lot to preference. You can got as simple as the BOV plate for our car, or get an adapter to a real BOV.
This one is listed to fit our car https://www.forgemotorsport.com/Blow...uct--1005.html
I would need the hardware kit correct?

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It really is the best one out there and will seal at **** near any pressure. I have had several turbo cars before this one, 3 of them have had the HKS SSQV. The others had cheaper valves, my Eclipse had the Turbo XS RFL, and I had to add stacks of washers to get it to seal.

My 2012 uses a genuine HKS SSQV V4 with a custom cold pipe that has the flange welded to it. You can use the torque solutions adapter if you still have the stock charge pipe.

You can get the adapter on ebay, but get the HKS Bov from an authorized HKS dealer. Z1 Motosports is where I got mine from.

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