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Hey guys, we are excited to share with you the BOV Vent Adapter for the Focus ST that we are working on!

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Key points:

- Converts stock BPV to a VTA (Vent to atmosphere)
- Reuses the factory valve and spring
- No parts to stall or stick
- Doesn't have to be cleaned
- Doesn't need lubrication
- Factory reliability


Finalized product and ETA to come.
 

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IIRC there have been failures of the factory BPV valve seat. Have you guys addressed these couple of failures? I dont think the failure have been frequent enough for alarm, though.


Will this work with those that have upgraded to the Forge or Mountune BPV's?
 

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My big beef with other BOV's is the modification of the solenoid bracket holding on the BPV.

Does this installation require me to snip one of the bracket corners?

If not, I'll be first in line to pick this up.
 

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is this for sound alone. or? why do I need one?
This. I have a Boomba BoV Installed, a TurboSmart 50/50 Adjustable in my garage, and the factory BPV still. Wondering about advantages, sound changes, or "why?" Also I have a friend who went back to the BPV system after not enjoying 'partial' throttle release on aftermarket BoV's.

Thanks.
 

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Hmm. Seems pretty cool for someone that doesn't want to go with a full aftermarket BOV/BPV.

Reminds me of the MOPAR blue plate I had on my CSRT.

I'd assume this wouldn't be any more than $60-$75 or so, for that I can see it selling pretty well.
 
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