Probably obvious, but you may not need #2 if you have something you can run off the stock vacuum nipple. I have a boost gauge from ECS connected to mine, so there was no need to buy the caps.So to complete this setup and do it right, I'll need:
1. BOV adapter itself with hose
2. Spectre Performance 4254 Vacuum Cap Assortment
3. Parker 4-2 B2HF-SS 316 Stainless Steel Barb Connector To Male Pipe 1/4" Hose Barb X 1/8" Male NPT
Did I miss anything? TIA
Thanks much. I'm still waiting on my order. I'll surely mirror this setup once I have it together.
Is there a noticeable difference to the speed of pressure release when the throttle closes?Okay boys and girls. Got my BOV installed with the correct size screws. First off, I ran a 3/16" reamer through with some cutting oil, followed by a 13/64" reamer that gave us about 0.015" clearance on the 0.190" torx screw. A quick clean up of the entry and exit faces with a countersink reamer and we are good to go. Fits and threads great. A little Loctite 242 on the barb fitting to seal things up.
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Coming from the stock vacuum nipple the improvement is dramatic and noticeable on your first shift. That being said I have a Tial Q, I'm not sure how much of an improvement you will see with a DV set up.Is there a noticeable difference to the speed of pressure release when the throttle closes?
Do you think you can send me a set of screws? Just ordered mine from Omar thank you.Ok ... got 150 miles or so on this thing. Gotta say my throttle behavior seems to be much better. Especially coming off throttle - the car would behave as if I was still on the throttle (like coming off WOT). 150 miles isn't much but I'll report back if I find differently.