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Breedt is excited to share a new product, the Breedt Fiesta ST BOV Vent Adapter!

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This is a 100% vent to atmosphere adapter for the Fiesta ST that will give your ST an aggressive PSSSSHH sound.

-It is made out of 6061 aluminum
-Includes all mounting hardware
-Features silicone o-rings
-Available in an anodized finish


*We are also working on a true adapter that will allow you to use any Focus ST BOV on your Fiesta ST!!!
 

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I will get you all a video of the vent adapter testing on the Breedt Fiesta ST soon.
 

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Nice Job Guys ..
 

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We will get some more pics and an estimated release date for you all soon.

Thank you for your support!
 

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interested in a bypass valve upgrade rather than vent to atmosphere

like upgraded diverter valves
Like a dual piston version that's faster? I can't think of any other reason to swap out the stock ones unless you're pushing more boost than the stock one can handle.
 

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When will you have the the true bov adapter available and will only fit certain bov
 

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What does this do for performance? On my Audi TT I didn't go down this route as the stock diverter "recycles" boost, as opposed to letting it vent to atmosphere, i.e. it had a marginal performance hit.
 

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What does this do for performance? On my Audi TT I didn't go down this route as the stock diverter "recycles" boost, as opposed to letting it vent to atmosphere, i.e. it had a marginal performance hit.
This doesn't do anything for or against performance as long as you have a MAP-tuned USDM model. Boost from the diverter goes into the intake tract which has an open end and cannot be pressurized. Basically it's still blowing-off, it's just doing it out the airbox inlet instead of out of the valve.
 

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Thanks. How about on a UK model with / without Mountune 215 map?
On a MAF-tuned model there might need to be tuning changes to account for the brief rich condition caused by the metered air leaving the system, but it would be best to contact your tuner to know for sure.
 

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These will not negatively affect performance whatsoever. As mentioned, these are mainly for that BOV sound when it vents to atmosphere (PSSSSHH sound) :cool:
 
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