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lost the small spring to my type-s bov and need one to get the stupid thing working as the big spring is too tight :cussing:

anyone know where I can pick up a replacement spring??
 

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Have you tried contacting greddy to see if they sell them?
only bad thing about contacting some makers they charge more then from a site which is weird
 

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I never had any problems using the bigger spring on the greddy knock-off bov. Did you try loosing the adjustable screw on top? Are you sure your diagram is not leaking anywhere? Mine work flawless until the diagram decide to take a shit on me. But I'm sure if you look around you can find one for cheap.
 

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hahahaha so you have the same 1 as me try e-bay some1 sells them just type in the BOV name and it will prolly bring shit up
 

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hahahaha so you have the same 1 as me try e-bay some1 sells them just type in the BOV name and it will prolly bring shit up
yeah, that's the problem I did and tried SEVERAL searches but all I get are results for tial springs :cussing:

and I know damn good and well at one point people were selling the greddy type springs...

hey....which spring are you using in yours *wink wink*
 

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lol, damn thing was in my glovebox under my registration...

it still doesnt work though, guess it's troubleshooting time sigh.
 

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You don't need to cut any two of those spring. Use one or the other. If it still doesn't work than you might have a bad vacuum source or your diagram is rip/torn inside the bov.
 

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yeah, I'm leaning to a bad vac source. I'll take a pic in a little while so I can get some help..
 
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