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I am taking apart a 1988 automatic 2.5 T1 LeBaron for some parts.
Inside the airfilter box it looks like this.
What are those round things?
I am asking because this differs from my 1989 T2 manual, and wondering if I should put them there.

Any help appreciated!

Oh, and BTW, I am selling parts for cheap - but please note that I am in Sweden so shipment will be expensive.
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Commonly referred to as a blow off valve.

T-II's didn't have them as Chrysler concluded they were unreliable/unnecessary.

Instead, T-II's had an accordion style Turbo air inlet hose to absorb compressor noise.

Mitsu Turbo's had them as they weren't considered a high performance unit.

T-II's were considered high performance cars and original engineers didn't like BOV's.

T-II Turbos are among the longest lasting proving the original engineers were right.

Many disagree as they like their BOV noises!!

Race cars very seldomly use BOV's

Thanks
Randy
 

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Commonly referred to as a blow off valve.

T-II's didn't have them as Chrysler concluded they were unreliable/unnecessary.

Instead, T-II's had an accordion style Turbo air inlet hose to absorb compressor noise.

Mitsu Turbo's had them as they weren't considered a high performance unit.

T-II's were considered high performance cars and original engineers didn't like BOV's.

T-II Turbos are among the longest lasting proving the original engineers were right.

Many disagree as they like their BOV noises!!

Race cars very seldomly use BOV's

Thanks
Randy

T2 Chrysler TC's had BOV's.
 
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