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    s3 dump valve

    Hi i'm new to these turbo engines and i have a 2000 s3 which has been re-mapped and last week i had the cats taken off,can you tell me if it's a re-circulating dump valve i need and also am i right in thinking that this is located at the back of the engine going into the maf pipe..????cheers..

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    Hi and welcome, Yes its a recirculating Dump Valve required, a Forge FMCL007P is the one reccomended by most on here. Here is a link to one http://www.forgemotorsport.co.uk/con...oduct=FMCL007P The standard one is fine though and cheap if it does break I just paid 20 from Audi for mine. Hope this helps

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    That's correct and as said above a lot of people replace them for the more duriable Forge 007P.

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    is it advisable to go for a forge diverter dump valve. i want the option of having the blow off noise.

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    you'll still get that noise with a diverter valve if you run a panel filter or induction kit.
    with my gruppe M kit a get huge atmospheric dump which isn't what i would like but both things are doing there job nicely and theres no way of getting rid of it!

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