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Tial Q Blow Off Valve 11 Psi Spring Black

MODEL # TIA Q.11BK

$267.04


  • Q: 2005 STI   Chris K.2 months ago

    I would be running this on my ETS front mount since they have a tial BOV flange option. But I heard that its recommended that I run speed density to run this BOV, or is it ok to run my stock MAF for this BOV ?
    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  It is not required to be a speed density setup, it will run rich between shifts, but its not required.

      Devan M. @ RallySport Direct 2 months ago  
        
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  • Q: Tial bov on Process West TMIC (with adapter)  Jorge Padilla 7 months ago

    Tial bov on Process West TMIC (with adapter) Will this work for a 2011 WRX? Does it include the block off plate?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Although we can't officially confirm fitment for your 11 WRX, you should be fine as long as you use an adapter that allows the BOV to clear the hood. This does not include a block off plate.

      Marcus E. @ RallySport Direct 7 months ago  
        
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  • Q: 2015 base wrx bov  Penboy2 years ago

    Would this bov need any modification to my stock 2015 base wrx?
  • Q: 2016 wrx base model  808subies3 years ago

    Hello just wondering what I would need to make this work on my base model 2016 wrx and do you carry it? Thanks
  • Q: in/Hg at different altitudes.  uriahbuffalo092603 years ago

    Hello! I noticed different springs correlate to different vacuum readings. I live in Tahoe above 6200 ft, and my vac pressure is around 18.5 in/hg. However when I take a trip down near sea level my vac pressure changes all the way to around 22.5 in/Hg. I am guessing I would want the spring rated for my pressure at sea level? Thanks.
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Base your spring upon where you do most your driving. Readings will always fluctuate based upon elevation but they shouldn't change enough to drastically change performance. http://www.tialsport.com/documents/w3_tial_qqr_sp.pdf

      Trevor C. @ RallySport Direct 3 years ago  
        
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  • Q: Tial Q BOV  Bendik3 years ago

    What more do I need for an install on stock Mitsubishi EVO 8?
  • Q: hi  omar3 years ago

    Does the 11 psi spring comes with the bov ? And wich spring do i need to use my car got 445 whp And vacuam is in low boost 16-17 high boost 17-18
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  This BOV comes with the 11 PSI spring, and if you are pulling -16in/hg to -19in/hg vacuum at idle, then the plain/unpainted spring is recommended.

      Zach G. @ RallySport Direct 3 years ago  
        
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  • Q: Adaptation  billyjay.228246344 years ago

    Do you by chance sell the flange that directly adapts to a stock 04 WRX top mount?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  We currently do not carry a flange that will allow this to be mounted to a stock WRX TMIC.

      Zach G. @ RallySport Direct 4 years ago  
        
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  • Q: Tune necessary?  LFCinFL4 years ago

    Is tuning necessary for install of any bov?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Tuning is not required for a Blow Off Valve.

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  • Q: 14 sti  Miguelo4 years ago

    i have 14.7 psi factory engine just intake am going to purchase the ams intercooler how do i know which one i need for my car
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  BOV spring pressure is based off of how much vacuum the engine pulls at idle and is not related to how much pressure your turbo makes. You will need to measure the amount of vacuum your engine creates while the car is idling to determine which spring you need.

      Zach G. @ RallySport Direct 4 years ago  
        
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