cp-e Tial QR Blowoff Valve Kit Mazdaspeed 3 2007-2013 | Mazdaspeed 6 2006-2007

free shipping on orders over $149

phone: 3032682140

Find Your Part

Clear Selection

cp-e Tial QR Blowoff Valve Kit Mazdaspeed 3 2007-2013 | Mazdaspeed 6 2006-2007

MSRP: $126.16
( saved $6.31 )
3 reviews Write a Review

Product Description




The MZR 2.3 DISI vehicles use a by-pass-valve (BPV) system to recirculate excess pressure from the turbo when the throttle closes. When upgrading from the factory valve – it’s important to maintain this system.

Tial has recently released a recirculating variant of the popular Q valve, one the best valves on the market. The Tial QR valve is a beautiful piece, fully precision CNC machined and turned and CAD designed to flow as much air as possible in a small form factor.

We at cp-e™ designed a kit for the Mazda MZR 2.3l DISI motor to specifically utilize the newTial QR Valve. The kit comes with everything needed for a completely bolt-on, carefree and easy installation.

We designed a low profile CNC machined adapter flange to bolt on to the factory location and interface with the QR valve. We also included our new, specially designed HeliHose™ - a flexible silicone hose that routes the vented air back into the inlet pipe, following the OEM design. The supplied Stainless Liner clamps ensure a tight fit without damaging the silicone.


This kit will not fit with the stock air box.
This kit will not fit the SPEED3 Gen1 cp-e™ FMIC kit.


  • CNC Billet aluminum adapter flange
  • Tial QR and Q valve compatible
  • CNC turned aluminum recirc fitting (VTAapplication REQUIRES tuning)
  • cp-e™ HeliHose™ flexible silicone hose for perfect fitment
  • Stainless Liner clamps
  • Complete Bolt-on application and install
  • All hardware and instructions included
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Lifetime warranty
Mazdaspeed 3/Mazdaspeed 6
cp-e Limited Warranty

3 Reviews

  • 5

    Posted by Lionel a french on Mar 31st 2018

    She is so huuuuuge xD Incomplatible with the original air box. The sound of the dump is perfect, the installation is done very well.

  • 5

    Posted by Liam on Jul 6th 2017

    Twas relatively easy install, Crisp short sound when shifting at higher RPMS, quiet n sleek when cruising low. So far so good It's treating my Speed6 well.

  • 5
    So Far So Good

    Posted by Unknown on Nov 11th 2015

    I've had a couple of Corksport bypass valves and they all have leaked. I went with Tial because of recommendations from other petrolheads and I wanted reliability and quality. I wouldn't say it's improved power, but it has made my car's throttle response different. Especially on lift off from hard acceleration. If I don't push the clutch in the car feels like the brakes are being applied. The response varies with boost. With normal driving the valve opens and closes like stock. A few pounds of boost and you get a flutter sound from the valve. WOT between shifts you get a crisp hard woosh. It's a little bit louder than stock on a WOT run. It gives raspy growl slowly going from boost to vacuum. Other than that it sounds normal to me. I'm running a CS short ram with TIP, CS HPFP internal upgrade, CS solid rear diff mount, CS TMIC, Grimmspeed boost solenoid, with everything else being stock. The purple colored valve is wonderful. CSP makes a good kit to work with the valve. Their customer service is terrible however. The first kit that was shipped to me had a vent to atmosphere valve instead of the recirculating valve. Everything else was included but the correct valve. I ordered it 9/14 and received the correct valve 10/21.