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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2008 2:17 pm 
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i installed a hybrid kit on mine. i had to shave a bit of the reo bar (on the inside, doesnt look like it would affect the structural integrity), and had to shave a fair bit of the front bar back. i used an angle grinder to do both.

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PostPosted: Tue May 27, 2008 1:13 pm 
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Yea having a closer look on the inside of the front bar and it looks like i will need to cut a bit of the front bar on the inside.

Here is a pic of the piping - haven't actually received it yet.

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Picture of my engine bay before mods NOTE: i now have an apexi pod.
http://forum.silviansw.com/download.php?id=1094


Bring the help on hahaha what goes where ? Also i have stock plumb back bov and i don't wish to change it to an external will this effect the setup.

If it helps i might post pic's of my engine bay cause their are a few lines connected to my stock smic piping that i have no idea what they do and where they will eventually go :P

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EDIT - Link to a pic of engine bay when i first bought the car.

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Timo wrote:
i installed a hybrid kit on mine. i had to shave a bit of the reo bar (on the inside, doesnt look like it would affect the structural integrity), and had to shave a fair bit of the front bar back. i used an angle grinder to do both.


I had to make the same modifications for my trust v-spl kit too. although I used a jigsaw for the reo bar, and a hacksaw blade to cut/shave the front bar


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PostPosted: Thu May 29, 2008 9:12 pm 
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Have recieved the piping and assembled in the correct order, or at least i think i did..... lol
Let me know if i have done anything wrong. :D

http://img100.imageshack.us/my.php?image=picture140ze6.jpg
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Have recieved the piping and assembled in the correct order, or at least i think i did..... lol
Let me know if i have done anything wrong. :D

http://img100.imageshack.us/my.php?image=picture140ze6.jpg
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looks good mate. it will look even better on the front of your car :)

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 01, 2008 6:53 pm 
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Ok so i have found off JDM:15T that i cannot use my factory BOV, can any on else confirm this is their a way around this ??

If not what are some other alternatives as far as BOV, i would prefer a plumb back but thinking ahead i wouldnt mind getting a dual port for when i intend to run more boost - having the advantage of plumb back & atmospheric. !!

Edit: Looks like I'll be leaning towards Turbo smart Blow-off Valve Type-3 Dual Port they have a few to choose from:
25mm outlet
29mm "
32mm "
34mm "
38mm "

Is their a particular size I'm looking at or it doesn't matter ? Thanks :D

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I got my piping from unique auto sports in seven hills


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