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GFB Respons TMS BOV's?

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Anyone running these BOV's? Any feedback from other BOV's HKS, BMS, Turbo XS?
 

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Been running the TiAL BOV with the BMS adapter, more than 9k miles and no problems at all.
 

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As @robz32 said, I have the Tail BOV an had NO problems with it, sounds great as well.
 

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Been running the TiAL BOV with the BMS adapter, more than 9k miles and no problems at all.
Right on, very clean looking also. Where did you get the bigger intake tubes at? and what CIA are you running?
 

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Right on, very clean looking also. Where did you get the bigger intake tubes at? and what CIA are you running?
That is the Jonny Tig Intercooler and intercooler pipes, and Intakes.
 
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I'm one of "those" guys who wants mods but is afraid to void the warranty. I was reading on another forum that it you change the BoV and something happens later they can deny the warranty claim because you changed something. Anyone made some mods and then went in for service and had the talk with the service writer of service manager?
 

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Lots of bolts ons intalled on mine. No issues getting warraty work done.
 

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I'm one of "those" guys who wants mods but is afraid to void the warranty. I was reading on another forum that it you change the BoV and something happens later they can deny the warranty claim because you changed something. Anyone made some mods and then went in for service and had the talk with the service writer of service manager?
The dealer has to prove the the part you changed out caused the problem, the dealer will try to push you around don't let them do that. The only part that are not covered under warranty are the ones you change out, if you flash the ECU then it that voids your warranty..
 
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if you flash the ECU then it that voids your warranty..
It doesn't void the warranty, but it may influence the decision to honour a particular warranty claim on something that the ECU controls (so your engine, perhaps your transmission, etc - but again, only if they can prove that the flash was likely the cause. Flashing your ECU won't have any impact on your warranty in areas not impacted by the ECU - if the suspension fails for instance, or your rear hatch comes out of alignment because the hinges fail, you still have warranty.
 

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