Turbosmart Kompact Shortie Dual Port Blow Off Valve for all 2015, 2016 and 2017 EcoBoost Mustangs.
Now that you finally own a 2015-2017 EcoBoost Mustang, you have the ability to enjoy owning a turbo powered vehicle and hearing that turbo spool up when you hit that throttle. Unfortunately, vehicle manufactures do such a nice job of regulating how much turbo noise you can actually hear, turning that enjoyment into disappointment pretty quick. Turbosmart introduces the solution to these problems and more!
The benefits to using a Turbosmart Blow Off Valve (BOV) instead of the factory Bypass Valve (BPV) is endless. Mainly, the OE BPV is constructed of plastic and is controlled by the ECU. This causes a few serious issues, the most problematic of which can be inconsistent manifold pressure which causes the ECU to limit boost and that can change your torque management and effect your performance. If you plan on modifying your 2015-2017 EcoBoost Mustang and turning the boost up, the new Turbosmart Kompact Shortie Dual Port Blow Off Valve will help ensure you’re not only doing it safely, but also doing it with a name you can trust.
Features and Benefits:
- Mechanically Operated Valve
- Ensures Consistent Manifold Pressure
- Full Billet Aluminum Construction
- Boost Handling Capabilities of Over 40psi
- Easy Bolt-on Installation
- Kompact Shortie Dual Port Blow Off Valve
- Straight and Banjo Nipple Fittings
- Mounting Screws and Spring Clamps
- Detailed Installation Instructions
The Turbosmart Dual Port BOV converts the OE system to a mechanically operated valve that is purely controlled by the throttle only and pressure differential. Your ECU will no longer be able to open the valve when it wants to use it for boost limiting. Your original bypass valve does not 100% seal the inside the intake. This results in a small amount of manifold pressure actually not getting to the motor and just bypassing. Your OE BPV also has the ability to crack open further when boost is increased, resulting in significant losses in power. This Ford Mustang blow off valve completely seals off that section of the intake ensuring that all possible manifold pressure is there for the motor to help spool your turbo and increase overall response.
Order the Turbosmart Kompact Shortie Dual Port Blow Off Valve for your 2015, 2016 or 2017 EcoBoost Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Can you install this bov with the stock intake?
Turbosmart sells this BOV as the single and this dual port BOV? What are the advantages/differences between a single and a dual port BOV? (Trying to figure out which to buy.) Thanks.
I installed this product but there is no woosh sound comming out seems like its not venting out , i chcked all the lines its properly mounted , could it be due to the fact that my recirc hose still attached?
Is not gonna harm the engine or something else if I recirculate the air back in the intake as OEM with this BOV?
Hi! I'm new to this and Just got my 2017 mustang ecoboost. This will probably sound stupid but do i have to have an aftermarket intake or the oem be alright when i get this bov?
Hey If I were to purchase the turbosmart blow off valve, would I have to get a tune done to it or not?
On this BOV can I reuse the house that connects to the intake to send the air in the intake or the air have to be released in the atmosphere???
I have a Cobb cold air intake installed, does this blow off valve have to be routed into the intake or affect the cold air intake in any way?
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For this installation get a 1/4 inch ratchet, 7mm socket 3/8 ratchet, 1/2 inch deep socket, 5mm allen key, short extension, 1/4 inch ratcheting wrench, 4mm allen key, T30 torques bit. 3/16 allen, and needle nose pliers.
The blow-off valve is located right here kind of behind the coolant tank. It's actually very easy to get to. You can install it in the car, but it's kind of tough to see. What we're going to do, we're going to pull this pipe off and do it on the table so you get a much better view of it. You don't have to do that but it's actually not a bad idea. It's only two clamps. Gives you a lot more room to work.
Before you remove the tube, don't forget to unplug the sensor. Push down the little plastic plug and remove it. Loosen the lower clamp. Pull the pipe off. Now we can remove our blow-off valve from the pipe.
Now we'll install our TurboSmart. It will only line up one way. The factory valve is electronically controlled. Our new TurboSmart works off of vacuum, so to make it work properly we have to get a vacuum source. To do that, TurboSmart includes this block which mounts under your MAP sensor and runs vacuum back over to the blow-off valve. We're going to prep this for installation then show you how to install it.
The vacuum block they provide here has two different fittings on it. Also includes two straight fittings as well as a plug. Basically, the way you're going to work it is use one straight fitting, and one plug for a stock set up. You don't want to use the plug, you can use the second fitting if you're trying to hook up a boost gauge. Start by installing the fitting using a little bit of thread sealant. We're going to use the plug for the other opening.
The MAP sensor is located on the driver side right here past the engine cover. You don't have to remove the engine cover to do the installation. We unbolted ours, going to take it out of the way, to make it easier to run the vacuum line. With the MAP sensor off the car, now we can install the vacuum block in it's place. Put a little dab of lubricant on the ring. This installs here in the stock location. Now reinstall the factory MAP sensor over the block we just installed using the supplied hardware. Plug it back in.
This is the factory wiring for a blow-off valve. Soon as we switch to a vacuum style, we had to fool this so the computer thinks it's still there. TurboSmart includes this resistor which simply clamps on the wires, so what I'm going to do is basically take it back a little to get some more exposed wire on the plug, and we'll clamp this on. There we go. These simply clamp over the wires, does not matter which side they're on, just make sure that the wire is into the teeth inside there. Squeeze it till you hear it click. We're going to take this plug, we're just going to tie it up out of the way.
Reinstall the piping to the turbo. Our new blow-off valve installed on it. Because like I said, "You don't have to take this off," but it does make it a little bit easier. Now we'll connect the vacuum hose to the MAP sensor side to our vacuum block first. Supplied clamp. We're going to fish the hose up over here, try to hide it as much as possible. There are all the factory lines here. Connect it on the turbo side. Now we'll carefully tie it out of the way. Make sure it doesn't get kinked anywhere. Going to reinstall the engine cover. Your installation is finished.
If you look closely at the blow-off valve you'll see there's an arrow that says harder and softer. Allows you to actually adjust the air leaving the blow-off valve itself. So you can adjust for higher boost levels, higher elevations, pretty much anything. You want to set it up the best thing to do is go to full soft, then just tighten it up until the car idles nicely, and you can go from there.
Now it's all finished. Let's fire it up.
The TurboSmart's billet construction is light years ahead of the factory valve which will safely allow us to run more boost. Let's be honest, it sounds killer too. Installation is pretty straight forward. Should only take you around half an hour, so you'll be back on the road in no time.