Turbosmart Kompact Shortie Dual Port Blow Off Valve for 2016 Focus RSs.
Your brand new 2016 Focus RS deserves some special treatment--upgrade the boring factory blow off valve to this extraordinary Kompact Shortie Dual Port Blow Off Valve TS-0203-1064 by Turbosmart, now offered here at CJ Pony Parts!
Your new Focus RS comes with some really great bells and whistles, but the factory OEM blow off valve isn't one of them. The standard blow off valve that comes with your new performance engine is made of low-quality plastic and has been proven to leak and crack, causing serious problems. Upgrading to a premium-quality blow off valve like this dual port valve from Turbosmart means your valve will be durable enough to last for years while providing even better turbo sounds.
The Dual Port design of this Kompact Shortie BOV offers responsive flow characteristics allowing air to be vented to the atmosphere for sound, providing you with the whoosh sound you've been looking for. Turbosmart crafts their premium dual port valve from billet aluminum and creates the piston out of brass, which is strong but still light. Each valve is matched individually with the right piston to ensure correct fit, meaning there's no O-ring sealing the body. This well-designed upgrade gives the Shortie Dual Port unsurpassed durability and responsiveness, especially since Turbosmart developed this valve specifically with the Focus RS's high boost pressure in mind.
Focus RS Dual Port BOV Includes:
- Kompact Shortie Dual Port Blow Off Valve
- Straight and Banjo Nipples
- Mounting Screws
- Spring Clamps
Installation Note: This blowoff valve comes with one spring already installed. Turbosmart also provides an additional, stiffer spring if you'd like to swap before installing your BOV. This second, stiffer spring will allow your new valve to shut quicker. While this doesn't provide a performance advantage, it will ensure that your BOV is highly responsive.
This Dual Port Blow Off Valve from Turbosmart is an easy, direct-fit upgrade that won't require special tools or any modifications to your beautiful new performance machine. If you prefer the standard volume your RS comes with, CJ's is also offering a Plumb Black Blow Off Valve. Both versions of this Kompact Shortie offer enlarged ports when compared to the standard Focus ST models, which means that these RS-specific valves will give your performance engine the exact flow it needs. Your new 2016 Focus RS deserves the best when it comes to upgrades and maintenance, and CJ Pony Parts will ensure that you provide it with only the best parts!
Please Note: CJ's also offers a Turbosmart Kompact Shortie Plumb Black Blow Off Valve (TS02031264) for your 2016 Focus RS.
Owners of turbocharged cars and trucks love the sound of their turbos and the additional power that it creates. However, if these owners leave their vehicles in factory condition, there's a lot of power and enjoyment left on the table. With the premium parts CJ Pony Parts offers from Turbosmart, you can make some upgrades to your Focus RS or ST quickly and easily getting a better sounding turbo and more power. Check out Turbosmart’s products for your turbocharged vehicle today!
Order this Turbosmart TS-0203-1064 Kompact Shortie Dual Port Blow Off Valve for your brand new 2016 Focus RS from CJ Pony Parts today!
Product ReviewsWrite a review
Is this product can fit in Ford Focus Ambiente Hatch 1.0L Ecoboost?
I was wondering if this product will negatively effect the car such as HP or fuel economy?
Being a dual port does that mean this valve runs 50/50 atmosphere to recirc? I know in most cases thats the definition of a dual port, but my inner perfectionist is nagging.
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This is Turbosmart's compact shorty dual port blow off valve designed specifically for your 2016 Focus RS. The dual port design allows you to recirculate some of the air while also giving you that blow off sound that everybody is looking for. Unlike the factory plastic valve, this one is made of billet aluminum, it has a brass piston inside which will be much stronger and will work with both factory or aftermarket boost levels. For this installation, a lift or a jack and jack stands, 3/8 ratchet, 5 millimeter Allen key, T30 Torx bit, and a small pair of pliers.
The first thing you want to do is get the car off the ground or remove the front wheel. You probably could do the installation with the wheel in place, taking it off though gives you a lot more room to get your hands up in there. Your factory valve is located right here, kind of straight back behind the suspension up on the engine. The first thing we do to install it is remove the vacuum line from the end.
With the vacuum line out of the way we can remove the 3 screws now that hold it on. The factory valve will be under tension. The spring will push out so you kind of want to hold it while I loosen the bolt.
Now here's a comparison between the factory blow off valve and our Turbosmart. Now I know a lot of people say you don't need an aftermarket blow off valve, the factory one's fine. Does it do the job? Yeah. Do you want to rely on this piece of plastic versus this? To me, it's a worthwhile upgrade.
This next step is most likely optional. More than likely when you open up your Turbosmart blow off valve, it's going to have the straight fitting which is the one you want. If it does have the banjo fitting, you do have to change it out. Turbosmart includes both fittings. I'll mention as well, this is adjustable and I'll explain that a little bit later but they do include a secondary spring as well. This spring is going to be stiffer than the one that's included. For our application, the spring previously installed will be fine.
The Turbosmart is adjustable. It allows you to control basically how much boost you're bleeding off. You can set it harder or softer. Softer, you're getting a lot more blow off noise. Harder, maybe a little bit less. They tell you to set it up, you turn this and reach a point where you can see that O-ring. Basically right when that's visible, just thread it back until it's barely covered, and that's a good starting point for it. What you'll want to do when you put it on the car to adjust it, once you have it installed on the car, rev the engine up and let it return to idle. If it returns to idle immediately, it's absolutely fine. If it returns to idle hunts a little bit, it's probably too soft and you want to make one rotation tighter. I found getting it to this point right where you're covering that ring is an excellent starting point.
You want to install it in this manner here. This flat section here goes up against the flat section of the turbo. If you turn it, it's not going to line up properly. This edge here goes in that direction, again, up towards the low flat part on a turbo. Going back, tighten it down. You don't have to overly crank them. Just get it snug. Then our last step here, reconnect the vacuum line.
At this point the installation of the blow off valve is finished. What we're going to do now though is bring the car down, fire it up, and make sure our setting are right before we reinstall our wheel and tire. All right, now let's start it up and try it out. Okay, what you'll want to do is rev it a couple times, lower RPMs, make sure it works. Also make sure it goes back to idle and doesn't stutter at all. That works perfectly. Our installation's finished.
Whether or not you're looking for that blow off valve sound, there's no denying the Turbosmart valve is a huge upgrade in build quality over the factory plastic piece. Excellent idea for both stock or high level boost. As far as installation goes, it'll take you around an hour, you'll be back on the road in no time.