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Slumdog

Ecoboost blow off valve?

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Hello everyone

I'm new at the forum. Recently bought a fiesta 100 ecoboost. Revving up to 2000rpm while indoors, I can ear a sound/whistle similar to a blow off valve. Is this normal in such a small engine?

https://youtu.be/7QoPgaujyTE

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Ecoboosts don't have BOV's, but use recirculation valves instead. It's either that or just turbo spool

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20 minutes ago, Luke4efc said:

Ecoboosts don't have BOV's, but use recirculation valves instead. It's either that or just turbo spool

Thanks for the prompt reply. So can I assume there is nothing to worry about?

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+1 for turbo spool, either that or there is an owl stuck in the manifold lol. Indoors noises are often heard differently, especially in a multi-storey type environment.


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16 hours ago, Jonro2009 said:

+1 for turbo spool, either that or there is an owl stuck in the manifold lol. Indoors noises are often heard differently, especially in a multi-storey type environment.


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Needs an anti-nesting device 😂😂

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