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Can any 1 teach me how to install a blow off valve for triton

Discussion in 'Car Modification' started by infusio, May 25, 2010.

  1. infusio

    infusio 5 Year | Silver

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    Halo bro....
    Can any help me....
    I have a mitsubishi triton l200
    i have just installed a blowoff valve but it does not blowoff
    do any of u guys know wer to coonect the pressure pipe.
     
  2. speed2horizon

    speed2horizon Senior Member
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    there's a srock CBV connected betweent the intercooler pipe and the compressor intake ramp. Close up the hole on the compressor intake ramp. mount the BOV on the intercooler piping. connect a vacumn hose between the intake manifold onto your BOV small nipple on the top.

    It should sound when u release ur throttle. beware cuz car that uses MAF might cause stall as an effect of improper AFR due to the measured air discharged.
     
  3. Zeroed

    Zeroed Senior Member
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    I believe it wont work on a diesel.

    Diesel engines dont use throttle bodies...
     
  4. speed2horizon

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    Shit... forgot...
     
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    ^pomen_GTR^ Senior Member
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    then how diesel control air-flow level prior to throttle ah??


    seriously i didn't really know turbo-diesel setup :adore:
     
  6. wesley12

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    From what I know, Diesel engines are usually played with an external wastegate with electronic intergrated boost control as a form of discharging compressed air... BOV can be fixed too, but you must fix the BOV according to the boost pressure of the turbo..

    Just my honest opinion, screw the BOV, makes a diesel car sound fake.. XD

    I prefer wastegate as a form of discharging and on the plus side, its best at controlling the boost pressure.. n the shush shush shush sound kicks in when u let go of the throttle.. Sexay~

    Check out this video, it may help u explain how u should tune ur BOV:
    YouTube - Mighty Car Mods - Blow Off Valves Mythbusted (SE02 EP03)
     
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    ronald triton 5 Year | Silver

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    Bro,did u manage to install the BOV for the triton?
     
  8. papagoines

    papagoines Orang Tua
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    accelerator pedal control how much fuel is injected... "baru betul pedal minyak hehe"

    that's why BOV is kinda pointless in a diesel application...

    ...but then... HKS might have a solution here > http://www.hksusa.com/products/more.asp?id=3855
     
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    Diesel throttle paddle controls the fuel injection directly... That being said, I've heard diesel car having some sound during gear change. Not clean short sound like the BOV's (Pishh). Also like a blowing sound but it last longer... Hmm...
     

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