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  1. DrivingofftheEdge

    Blow off Valve Bypass Adapter

    Super easy, didnt remove the passenger wheel
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    Blow off Valve Bypass Adapter

    AWD? That looks different then where mine is.
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    Blow off Valve Bypass Adapter

    A couple of things different. That's a focus pre-2015, not sure of the engine. The crossover pipe that goes from the intercooler to the inlet at the rear of the engine has the diverter valve on the bottom under the oil pan. I'll post some pics, I ordered the boomba racing adapter.
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    Blow off Valve Bypass Adapter

    Why do you have to remove the passenger wheel? Isnt the air bypass valve right under the oil pan?
  5. DrivingofftheEdge

    Blow off Valve Bypass Adapter

    Has anyone put a BOV adapter on their 2.0? I cant find any that "fit". The have one that works on the fusion/escape and focus as well as f150 and mustang but nothing for the edge with a 2.0 liter.
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    I did it now! Team RXP 2020 dual catch can kit

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/mv1cq3nq7c2l2v5/AABCbLNF3PNHzg9z9pojH7DFa?dl=0 Like that?
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    I did it now! Team RXP 2020 dual catch can kit

    I tried to change the settings. See if it works or not.
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    I did it now! Team RXP 2020 dual catch can kit

    Damn. I was having trouble putting it right in the thread that's why I did it that way.
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    I did it now! Team RXP 2020 dual catch can kit

    I churched up the lines today with labels and I was thinking about running both drains to a Y fitting then down in front of the radiator support and mount the valve there. https://www.dropbox.com/home?preview=20200412_155027.jpg Literally a half a day project. James from RXP answered any questions I had. From the time I ordered it until it was manufactured and shipped was about 10 days. The kit came with everything I needed and I added the extra heat shrink clamps. I definitely recommend it. We'll see what it pulls out by next oil change.
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    I did it now! Team RXP 2020 dual catch can kit

    Then I took the 2 lines coming from the shorter fittings on the big can and cut in the inline 1 way fittings. https://www.dropbox.com/home?preview=20200406_125421.jpg I used the bolt on 1 side of the air box inlet to mount the bracket. https://www.dropbox.com/home?preview=20200406_162633.jpg
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    I did it now! Team RXP 2020 dual catch can kit

    The OEM fitting that I took out of the CPS, I installed to a length of hose, attached it to the turbo inlet hose and ran it to the other side of the bigger can. Then I cut the hose (sort of in the middle) installed a T fitting, re connected the 2 ends and ran a length of hose from the other end of the T to the fitting on the side of the small can. https://www.dropbox.com/home?preview=20200406_123817.jpg
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    I did it now! Team RXP 2020 dual catch can kit

    Then removed the hose going from the rear of the valve cover to the inlet of the turbo in the rear of the engine that has the crankcase pressure sensor in it. I removed the fitting that goes in the inlet to put on a line to the small can later. I then swung the hose around and put the adapter in with a shrink clamp. https://www.dropbox.com/home?preview=20200405_162644.jpg And ran a line with the stock fitting, up to the top of the small can. https://www.dropbox.com/home?preview=20200406_123800.jpg
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    I did it now! Team RXP 2020 dual catch can kit

    Then I connected the lines for the middle of the big can and the left side on the big can and reinstalled the intake. https://www.dropbox.com/home?preview=20200405_172238.jpg https://www.dropbox.com/home?preview=20200405_172248.jpg https://www.dropbox.com/home?preview=20200405_184127.jpg
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    I did it now! Team RXP 2020 dual catch can kit

    Almost done installing my 2020 dual catch can kit from Team RXP and I'm very excited to find out what this thing grabs. Here's a quick run down of the install. I went alittle overboard on some things but I think it was worth it. Like many others I removed the intake to get to the PCV and the under side of the intake. I also did a chemical flush of the intake valves while I was at it. I used a heat gun to soften the hose on the PCV and removed it. The fitting that went to the intake was also removed.
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    I did it now! Team RXP 2020 dual catch can kit

    That does look really nice! This will be installed properly. Appearance and functionality will be key.
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