BOV's (blow-off valve) are to prevent too much positive pressure from entering the engine due to boost build-up and to releave back pressure from re-entering the Engine. A non-turbo car cannotuse a "BOV" since there is no turbo and/or positive pressure present in the intake manifold. This is STRONGLY not recommended, on NON-Turbo cars. As there is not reason for it to be present.
yes, but there's not gains or reason to
you can fit a bov but will never hear it working. Without turbo you'll never reach pressure in intake to make it work. So installing it in non-turbo is worthless
Turbosmart BOV's are designed to improve the performance of the turbocharger system. They will not usually damage a car engine.
sure, as long as the car has a turbocharger, and you source the vacuum/boost for the BOV from the intake manifold.
the BOV is plumbed between the SC and intake mani, to relieve excess pressure/boost. If you need specific instructions as to how to actually do it visit some of the cool import sites and you can see pics of some good homemade jobs and bad.
Because the bov requires pressure in the intake system to work, this pressure comes from the turbo, no turbo on your car no pressure in your intake system to work one.
Battle of Bov happened on 1848-04-09.
Im not a car expert but im pretty sure it should be connected to the BOV (blow off valve)
The term BOV means Board of Visitors in some instances, each operating in different places. The BOV in NC, primarily operates in NC State, as an advisor to the chancellor.
Where would you put a blow off valve on a non turbo, and what would it blow off? So the answer is no.