Universal fit for most common 3-bolt BPV/BOV flanges (please confirm fitment before ordering if unsure)
Fits all 2016-2021 Honda Civic 1.5T
Fits all 2017-2021 Civic Type-R FK8
Fits all 2022+ Honda Civic 1.5T
Fits all 2023+ Acura Integra 1.5T
Fits all 2017-2022 Honda CR-B
Fits all 2018-2023 Honda Accord 1.5T
Fits all 2018-2023 Honda Accord 2.0T
Fits all 2019+ Acura RDX
Fits 2021+ Acura TLX 2.0T
Fits 2012-2018 Hyundai Veloster 1.6T
Fits 2015+ Hyundai Tuscon 1.5T
Fits 2013-2016 Hyudai Genesis Coupe 2.0T
Fits 2014-2019 Hyundai Sonata 2.0T
Fits 2015-2019 Kia Optima 2.0T
Fits 2013-2016 Kia Cerato Koup 1.6T
This billet BPV/BOV Sound Plate allows you to vent your factory bypass valve / blow-off valve to atmosphere, which gives customers that iconic blow-off valve "whoosh" or "psssh" sound. This plate was designed with machined sound "trumpets" to increase audible noise. All hardware and O-rings included for a simple installation.
- CNC machined 6061-T6 billet aluminum, anodized w/ O-Rings
***Please Note: PRL does not recommend running a Blow-Off Valve on any metered air system, such as the L15 and K20 Turbo series engines***
If you'd like to chase sound, we always suggest chasing performance to back that up. There is really only one thing that happens when installing a Vent-to-Atmosphere (VTA) BOV on a car with a Mass-Air-Flow sensor (MAF). Rich Air:Fuel ratio when the BOV opens up.
This isn't a huge issue inherently, but it does affect some components adversely over time. Mainly your exhaust system. The rich conditions between shifts will cause unburnt fuel to exit the combustion chamber. This results in much higher Exhaust Gas Temps (EGT) and cause drastically more wear on catalytic converters. One other thing is potentially more fuel dilution in your oil because of the rich fuel condition, leading to shorter oil life, and other oil dilution issues.
Will installing a BOV on your car ruin your car? Definitely not.
Will certain components fail much sooner than if everything remained stock? Most Definitely.