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Delboy



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PostSubject: Dump valve   Dump valve EmptySun Jul 06 2014, 23:31

Hi people I'm thinking about fitting a dump valve to my golf but have no idea how is it an easy job if it is how do you do it
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PostSubject: Re: Dump valve   Dump valve EmptyFri Jul 11 2014, 21:16

What car is it?
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Delboy



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PostSubject: Re: Dump valve   Dump valve EmptySat Jul 12 2014, 11:31

It's a mk4 golf gttdi
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PostSubject: Re: Dump valve   Dump valve EmptySun Jul 13 2014, 11:19

tdi dump valves require wiring to a relay and linking to the throttle. not a straight swap looked into years ago for the 170sport touran i had and saw the wiring involved and thought no too much hassle. And I'm an electrician!
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Delboy



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PostSubject: Re: Dump valve   Dump valve EmptySun Jul 13 2014, 20:10

I'm guseing a garage would blow a massive hole in wallet a aswell another question what about an induction kit are they easyish to fit and do you get more out of it with an intercooler
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