Is it possible to add a bleed valve to my 2005 Audi A3 TDi Quattro? I think the new turbo isn't set up correctly and with it being a bit of a pig to adjust the actuator on the car I wondered if I could add a bleed valve to it to confirm this is the case. If so where do I add it? I attached it to the vacuum hose that goes to the actuator but this made the car even worse so I have put this back to normal. It's not a permanent add I'm just interested to see if this makes a difference before shelling out money on other parts.
I will also be attaching a boost gauge to make sure I don't go over the standard pressure.