PASMAG-Precision-Turbo-Power-Engine-Blow-Off-Valve-BOV-New-PTEPB64

Precision Turbo and Engine has released its highly-anticipated and first ever all new PB64 blow-off valve (BOV). Made from lightweight 6071 and 7075 billet aluminum, the 64mm unit is satin black anodized to be aesthetically pleasing yet functional while offering long-lasting protection from the elements.

 

PTE's new BOV features a Kevlar-reinforced silicon rolling diaphragm for quick response and a hard-coat anodized valve stem for enhanced durability. The PB64 also has a CFD designed valve and valve body for the highest flow even at low lift, while the attached O-ring seal prevents leakage.

 

Furthermore, PTE's PB64 BOV also utilizes an innovative and industry-first proprietary wave spring for added weight savings while still holding the valve closed under high vacuum idling.

 

Designed to release back up pressure created when the throttle is closed via a spring-loaded valve diaphragm assembly, PTE's PB64 BOV is a key component for preventing potentially harmful compressor surge back into the turbocharger to reduce wear on both the turbo and engine.

 

Packaged with a weld-on aluminum mounting flange, spring adjustment screw, and two top ports for the ultimate in versatility and adjustability, the high-performance PB64 (part number PBO083-2010) is appropriately priced at just $434.99.

 

Precision's PB64 blow-off valve is generally compatible with most aftermarket manual and electronic boost controllers on the market today, and each unit is warranted to be free from manufacturer's defect for a period of 12 months or 12,000 miles.

 

For more info, go to PTE PB64 64mm Blow Off-Valve (BOV).

Gauge Buyer's Guide - 2010

AEM Digital Gauges EM’s Digital Display Gauges include sensors and all necessary hardware for installation and operation. The gauges are available for Oil Pressure, Fuel Pressure, Water Temp, Trans Temp, Oil Temp, UEGO, Boost and…
Read More

Go Fast Bits G-Force Electronic Boost Controller

Life before electronic boost controllers meant that making changes to your boost levels was a real hassle. You had to pull the car over, pop the hood and mess around with the bleeder valve. Then…
Read More

Whiteline Jim – Fast Fact - Grip

Grip Often confused with handling, grip is the ability of the car’s tyres to hold onto the road under the stresses of cornering, braking and acceleration.  Grip is also referred to as ‘roadholding’.  Suspension and…
Read More