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Just pull the hose off the stock BPV and that makes it a BOV. Plug the input on the intake and your good
 

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That is for a 2.0t
Either way nothing will work with the stock BOV location. There is a member @forte5 who is trying to do the same we have gone over every possible option. He is also going to be doing a stock cold pipe upgrade and going to attempt adding a bov bung. Problem is there is limited space compared to the vt
As of now only option is to go Vta with the stock bpv
Otherwise you will have to go the FMIC route
 

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Just as @knee said. We have gone over what can be done to the stock BPV and there is no options. I inquired about a plate that has the dimples in it that is needed for our BPV to make a BOV from torcon and got no reply. Once I get the parts for the cold pipe upgrade I will be trying to see if I can somehow put a BOV flange onto the pipe.
 
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I've had my hose disconnected since the day I bought my car. I was hoping this might sound a bit crisper, more like a HKS. I saw the vid was not on our cars and questioned the audio quality. Oh well. I sit and pray someone comes up with a great product that gives us an affordable option to add a true BOV. Thanks for the reply though!
 

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I've had my hose disconnected since the day I bought my car. I was hoping this might sound a bit crisper, more like a HKS. I saw the vid was not on our cars and questioned the audio quality. Oh well. I sit and pray someone comes up with a great product that gives us an affordable option to add a true BOV. Thanks for the reply though!
The amount of space we have inbetween of the ic and tb does not allow for this. As i was saying, Forte5 is going to be trying the cold pipe upgrade, but its not confirmed if it will accept a bov bung. This cold pipe setup was initially mine but it now going to be his since i went with my custom FMIC. He will be installing once his car is back on the road.
Either way you need to consider your goals for modding and power. What do you want?
If you plan on getting tuned and going with bolt ons then the only way to go that makes sense would be with a FMIC. This way you can get the BOV of your choice and the outcome you are looking for. But also the performance aspect of it to
 

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Once i can get ahold of the coldpipe upgrade from Mr. Knee then i will see what i can do but first like he said it needs to get back on the road lol. I have a few things that i am doing that i have ordered. I will post up what i have done and what the results are. But like said if you want a bov and a better i.c might as well do a full fmic setup
 
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