yes you can put a blow off valve on any turbo application, A blow off valve helps relieve boost pressure spike/surge when the throttle is quickly closed, helps prevent damage/excessive load on the turbo and throttle body.
No, without a turbo, there is no blow off valve. However, if you really wanted to, they have fake blow off valves for sale. These mimic the sound of a blow off valve. It would be an absolute waste of money, but hey, it's your money.
It already has a blow off valve on it, and a rather good one.
Technically you can, but unless you have a turbo a blow valve won't do you any good. It's be like hanging sidepipes on a car and not hook them up.
Amazingly pointless. The blow off valve is there to release intake pressure if you have the turbo spinning and then go off the throttle suddenly. If you haven't got a turbo there's no intake pressure to release if you go off the throttle.
You can, but it'd be amazingly pointless. The blow valve is needed on turbo engines to release the pressure that can build up if the driver goes off the throttle quickly and the engine revs drops fast. W/o a turbo you won't get any pressure build-up so there's no use for a blow valve.
Install a blow off valve, it releases excess pressure from the intake side of the turbo
make sure you have not blow your turbo. If you did not blow the turbo you might have put a hole into the intercooler. This will cause you to use a ton of gas
They got it to work on a bike...
no, bov are mounted on turbos
You could mount it, but there is no pressure to blow off.
NO. deffinatly not. you need to have a turbo on you car! wow what a ricer
Where would you put a blow off valve on a non turbo, and what would it blow off? So the answer is no.
The Vehicle does not have a blow off valve. so you will never find it.
Only gas engines use blow off valves.
Since it is not a turbo charged engine no
you can get a fake sounding blow off valve, other wise bov's are used for force induction application.
Need to check if blow-by valve is working correctly.
How do you blow a engine turbo.
No, but if the valve is intended to blow at high pressure and you have it connected to the negative pressure of a NA engine intake so it will never open. You could use a brass plug instead as this is much cheaper and will provide the same functionality. With out a turbo making boost, there is nothing to "blow off"
not nesscearily but i suggest when you do that your car will be fast n better of quality
either a forge 004 blow off valve or a forge splitter, a partial blow off valve and partial recirculation valve. which is what i run on my a4. you may be able to find better prices of these somewhere else online, i never checked,