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      06-10-2009, 01:50 PM   #1
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Smile 335I BOV

I Got My 335i A Couple Months Ago, What Do You Guys Think About The Bov(blow Off Valve) Being Installed?? Im Getting A Deal On A Tial Bov Kit For $200, Anyone Ever Heard Of It?

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      06-10-2009, 01:53 PM   #2
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i dont get whats so bad about a bov?
i dont have one but im planning on getting one once i get meth
let him just get a bov
rduenas08...if you can get it for 200 do it! i would
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Im 19 Andd I Got My 335i A Couple Months Ago, What Do You Guys Think About The Bov(blow Off Valve) Being Installed?? Im Getting A Deal On A Tial Bov Kit For $200, Anyone Ever Heard Of It???
I'm guessing you are getting just the BOV for 200
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lol! all i want is a freaking opinion! its my first bmw i just want to know if tial is a good brand....
and ill take my age off! lol
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The 335 engine already has a bypass system that works quite well with the engine computer. The BOV would be purely for the sound of it, correct?
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lol! all i want is a freaking opinion! its my first bmw i just want to know if tial is a good brand....
and ill take my age off! lol
TiAL is the best... plain and simple...

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The 335 engine already has a bypass system that works quite well with the engine computer. The BOV would be purely for the sound of it, correct?
The stock diverter valves do not work well when you up the boost
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Do you not care about your warranty??
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      06-10-2009, 02:30 PM   #13
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im actually getting the whole kit, its was used for a couple months but he has to get rid of the car because of personal reasons. my gain!!! lol
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yeah i do, but if anything ill do a insurance job
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Don't throw away your warranty.

If you really want it, all power to you, but you'll void your warranty.

(You'll shoot your eye out kid...)
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Don't throw away your warranty.

If you really want it, all power to you, but you'll void your warranty.

(You'll shoot your eye out kid...)
Void your warranty becuase of a BOV? haha. Come on man please, if your dealership is that lame, you need to move or find another dealership. And by law, they cannot void your warranty unless that specific part is linked or the reason something went wrong.
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You will get bored of it real fast. It's a pretty common first mod upon first time owner. It happens to the Evo owners and WRX/STi owners. They all went out and bought a HKS SSQV and end up selling it a month down the line.

The OEM holds boost just fine, no need to upgrade it.
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i like it stock. more of a sleeper
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They will find any reason to void your warranty. Dealer threatened to void mine even if I wired a radar detector into my car. Just playing it safe.
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i really just like it because of the noise, sounds more aggresive.
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Personally, I always thought of a nice growl-y rip-roaring exhaust note sounded aggressive. A loud BOV doin' its thing sounds.....well, like something's about to break. Low-rent.

Just my opinion, for what it's worth.
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They will find any reason to void your warranty. Dealer threatened to void mine even if I wired a radar detector into my car. Just playing it safe.
Your dealer sucks. And your SA is an asshole. You're not going to blow your motor if you wire in a radar detector. Nor will anything happen with your warranty.
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