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Old 10-16-2017, 08:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys. I'm in the process of building my turbo Z6 and I'm nearing the end of my parts list. I would like to stick with Tial because I do have their Mvs wastegate but I'm seeing quite a few Honda guys are having issues with the incorrect size spring in the Q50. Typically we run 20 or so in/hg and according to their chart we should run a 10 psi spring. But it appears most Hondas have issues with their stiffer springs. Curious to know what your experiences are with the Tial Q bov. Also tempted to look into the QRJ but not sure if I want to go with a recirculating bov or not. Aiming for low 400 hp btw. Thanks in advance.

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You dseries guys must not be a fan of Tial bov's.
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There's a chart for that.

http://www.tialsport.com/documents/w3_tial_qqr_sp.pdf
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I know there's a chart but a lot of people still tend to have compressor surge when running off of their chart.
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*TiAL BOV's need a 1/4" inner diameter DIRECT source to the manifold. Smaller
lines and T's can cause delays in response time.

*SPRING PRESSURES HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH BOOST; ONLY VACUUM.

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