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FS/FT Buschur LICP w/ TialQ vta BOV welded

Buschur Racing 2.5" Lower Intercooler Pipe (Polished Stainless Steel)
w/ welded TialQ BOV vta by Akuma Motorsports LLC.



The piping will come with couplers and clamps.

275 shipped + PayPal expense.
I’m following forum guidelines and will not accept payments as “gifts”.

I'm also interested in trades. If ne1 has any parts they wanna swap for this, LMK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I will be more than happy to provide tracking through paypal, private msg, and email as it’s become my usual routine to do so. Item will be shipped and insured from my job first thing in the morning on the first weekday after the payment has been processed.

This combo ran flawlessly in my car. I was tuned for it immediately, so I can’t comment on running without one. The LICP + BOV were installed at the same time running for only 2,000 miles. I’m not entirely sure what color the spring is because I purchased the BOV from Akuma Motorsports. I can only assume that knew exactly what the best color spring to run on a Stage2 EvoX was. Like I said, I haven’t had any problems with it. I do know that there are additional springs that can be purchased depending on what type of applications you wish to run for the TialQ.

The reason why I am selling it is because I missed the sound of loud spool with my intake. Honestly, this is probably the best sounding vta BOV on the market and a real head-turner if you punch it. Very sexy and not annoying like to high-pitched ear piercing whistles.

This is an example of exactly how it sounds like when running in my car.
Note: This video is for reference only!!!

 

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Update:

was bored and decided to check the spring.

It appears to be the pink one.
- 20 and -21 in/Hg Pink -11 Psi (-22 in/Hg)

 

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really tempting just don't know how i would set it up. Plus you said you would need a tune for this to work correctly right?
 

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To work correctly yes. If you don't tune for it, you will have some more bucking than usual when changing gears at high rpms due to AFR. A tune will eliminate that. The sound is still there with or without the tune.

Setting it up is a breeze. Diverter and tubing comes off, plug the end of the intake where diverter tube went, then run the vacuum hose to the bov.
 
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