TurboXs SML Hybrid Diverter Valve

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Model Number: 601136
The TurboXS SML Hybrid Diverter Valve is TurboXS' newest blow valve and is designed specifically to replace the OEM surge valve used on the 03-05 Dodge Neon SRT-4's stock turbo, Mopar Stage 3 turbo, the Dodge Caliber SRT-4, and the 03-09 PT Cruiser Turbo.

This OEM diverter valve replacement will replace your worn out, or leaking OEM diverter, and it features a dual o-ring design for superior sealing. This hybrid design diverter has a special design that allows for recirculating boost at low boost pressures for faster boost response, and it releases to atmosphere at higher boost pressures for a cool whish noise.

When installing this piece, there is nothing else you need to get this installed and working great on your Neon, Caliber or PT/GT Cruiser!

$199.00

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  • Tyler B.
    Does the turboxs sml hybrid externally or internally( recirculating? dump waste? Neon srt4
    2 Answers
    • Kevin Lewis

      This is a Hybrid valve, so it recirculates and vents to atmosphere depending on boost levels. It can be pretty loud on blow off under full boost but will never be as loud as a full vent to atmosphere bov. Watch videos of it, you can see the valve open to vent to atmosphere, under lower boost levels or vacuum it will recirculate like the stock surge valve and not be loud at all. I've had mine for about a year and love it.
    • customer service rep

      This is a hybrid valve, it recirculates at lower boost pressures, and vents to atmosphere at higher boost pressures.
  • Brett
    Is this able to be installed on a stock set up waiting for an upgraded wastegate to go with it.?
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      Definitely, this works great on all stock turbocharger units, and the stage 3 Mopar turbocharger.
  • Sergio
    Is this product able to used with the mopar blow off plate?
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      We are not sure why you'd want to do that, this valve should be used by itself, no point in using the Mopar noise plate with this.
  • Aaron
    is the turboxs louder then the stock
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      Well, the factory diverter is quiet, and does not release to atmosphere at all. This valve releases to atmosphere at higher boost pressures and will be loud once opening at 5-10+ psi.
  • joey s
    if i purchase this and it fails is there a rebuild kit available or do i have to buy a whole new valve
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      TurboXS has rebuild components for the SML. Its doubtful you'll have any problems for 10-15 years, so thats quite a long ways in the future.
  • Moe
    Does this have a spring in it that could handle around 18 PSi? I am currently boosting 18 pounds right now thanks
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      TurboXS rates this as working fine from 10-30psi.
  • Derek
    I have the stock blow off valve. It leaks some on the one side. Q: Would this unit fix that issue, and #2 what would the benefit of this unit be from a boost outlook? I'm on stock turbo, with all the bolt ones.
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      The advantage of this unit, is that it has a strong spring, and a brand new inner diaphragm that isn't over 10 years old! If you have a stock diverter valve, the inner diaphragm could be worn, and the spring weak, and you could be loosing some boost pressure.
  • Mathieu Garneau
    I currently have the Mopar Blue Plate on my car, if I install this diverter valve should I still use the factory solenoid or should I run a vacuum line directly to the throttle body ?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      This valve is designed to use your factory vacuum line. You could run a new vacuum line if you wish to bypass the factory solenoids but its not necessary.
  • David Moua
    I live in California will this pass smog? I have a mopar blue plate and it fail visual smog cause it have no carb eo #.
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      (This ONLY applies to customers living in California with strict CARB emissions testing). If you live in California and failed due to a Mopar blue noise plate, then this will not pass either. There are really only two items approved for use in California due to CARB, and its the AEM intakes and K&N air intakes.
  • Shawn Cooley
    I have the mopar blue plate on my car now will this be louder then that plate
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      This really should not be louder than the Mopar blue plate. The benefit of this, is that its a brand new diverter, and not one that was made in 2003/2004/2005 and possibly worn out. The OEM diverter was designed to withstand 0-high teens boost pressure, whereas this can withstand into the low to mid 20's boost pressure easily.
  • juan
    around how much boost should i be pushing so it can sound louder than stock
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      We have never seen TurboXS release a exact figure, but most likely it will be above 5-7 psi it will vent to atmosphere instead of recirculating.
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