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Alright I need some help. I bought a car and have slowly been working out all the bugs the guy left me with :wtfsign: . The car currently has a tial bov that is to aggressive for this car being my DD. It surges on the interstate when pulling hills. So I bought a stock bov for driveability. The problem is my lower pipe has a tial flange welded on it. How in the hell can I make this work with out having to do any welding or fabricating to get the stock bov to work again? I stopped at autozone to try and match up some hoses but no luck. The tial flange is pretty big compared to the size I need to be snug around the bov so maybe I need a reducer that goes from the bigger tial size flange to the smaller bov flange. I don't know but I need some help here. Thanks guys.
 

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Alright I need some help. I bought a car and have slowly been working out all the bugs the guy left me with :wtfsign: . The car currently has a tial bov that is to aggressive for this car being my DD. It surges on the interstate when pulling hills. So I bought a stock bov for driveability. The problem is my lower pipe has a tial flange welded on it. How in the hell can I make this work with out having to do any welding or fabricating to get the stock bov to work again? I stopped at autozone to try and match up some hoses but no luck. The tial flange is pretty big compared to the size I need to be snug around the bov so maybe I need a reducer that goes from the bigger tial size flange to the smaller bov flange. I don't know but I need some help here. Thanks guys.
post up a picture so we can see how to help you. You might have to buy a new pipe.
 
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