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    Matty A4 TDi Sport

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    Dv and other mods Question

    Hi, picking a A4 B6 TDi 130 sport up on saturday. Just woundering what people have done on a diesel as far as mods go. Looking to get a dump valve, exhaust air filter ect.

    any help would be appreciated

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    All comes down to what end result you want. Diesel cars are not built with and do not need a dump valve.
    06 Audi 2.0 PD140 Sport TDI Quattro S-LINE.
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    Now stripped and playing with an uprated Cryo treated engine fitted with bigger turbo,water/methanol,uprated injectors etc etc.Wanting 400 bhp and 500 lb torque.

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    Why is that then? never had a diesel. Also looking to having a map, have used Chipped uk before and had good results.
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    Diesel's don't use a DV because they never build enough boost pressure like a petrol Turbo car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redevo1 View Post
    Diesel's don't use a DV because they never build enough boost pressure like a petrol Turbo car.
    Can you explain that then as diesel engines run higher boost then petrol cars. I am running 2.9 bar peak and 2.4 bar constant which would blow the hell out of most petrol turbo/engines.
    06 Audi 2.0 PD140 Sport TDI Quattro S-LINE.
    Old engine 330 bhp @ flywheel 263 bhp @ wheel 490 lb torque. Audidriver write up HERE
    Now stripped and playing with an uprated Cryo treated engine fitted with bigger turbo,water/methanol,uprated injectors etc etc.Wanting 400 bhp and 500 lb torque.

    Other car 500+ bhp MK4 Golf R32 turbo.

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    The blowoff valve or dump valve is present in a turbocharged petrol engine to prevent damage to the throttle and turbocharger compressor and to reduce turbo lag.

    Petrol engines have a throttle mechanism which restricts the flow of air between inlet (turbo-compressor) and the engine combustion chamber, necessary to keep the air-fuel mixture in the ignitable range while controlling the engine's power output. Both mass of air taken in and fuel added must be carefully controlled.

    When you close the throttle on such an engine the compressor is still pushing air into the inlet and it suddenly has nowhere to go. The overpressure could deform a throttle butterfly, and will inevitably slow the turbo down due to back pressure (thus also putting more back pressure on the exhaust), leading to turbo lag when the throttle is opened again. The solution is to provide a pressure-actuated valve, which reacts to an excessive difference in pressure between the two sides of the throttle, opening and dumping the excess pressure to the ambient (dump valve) or back into the inlet (recirculating blowoff, which does a much better job by equalising the pressure on both sides of the turbo). Without this, throttles and turbos would have to be much more heavily engineered and throttle response would suffer.

    So dump valves are about throttle response at gearchange and other sudden transient events, not about performance in the leadfoot top-speed way of thinking.

    The need for a dump valve is a weakness of turbocharged petrol engines, putting another contraption in the inlet side which disturbs the gas flow and is a point of failure. I find it mildly astonishing that anyone should be proud of their car farting on the overrun. But then I run a diesel so I'm probably disqualified from having an opinion.

    Diesel engines have no throttle. Power output is controlled by the fuel quantity injected at each stroke. Gas flow around the compressor-combustion chamber-turbo impeller loop is always uniform. This makes diesels much better candidates for forced induction.

    A dump valve can only do harm to the performance of a diesel. Turbo wastegates are not dump valves, they limit the pressure on the impeller (exhaust) side of the turbine to prevent the turbine from overspeeding when the engine's gas flow becomes too high i.e. at high rev's. The higher-performing VAG turbos use variable-geometry inlet vanes and have no wastegate.
    06 Audi 2.0 PD140 Sport TDI Quattro S-LINE.
    Old engine 330 bhp @ flywheel 263 bhp @ wheel 490 lb torque. Audidriver write up HERE
    Now stripped and playing with an uprated Cryo treated engine fitted with bigger turbo,water/methanol,uprated injectors etc etc.Wanting 400 bhp and 500 lb torque.

    Other car 500+ bhp MK4 Golf R32 turbo.

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    apart from devonmikeyboys' summary of the dump valve, the diesel engine usually has far more air than is necessary to burn the fuel, so air filters and exhausts are going to get you precisely nothing until you have enough fuel going in (remap) to use up all the air.

    you may get a little more air going through the turbo with a small increase in boost pressure, but most oem turbos are inefficient at high pressures, being designed for good throttle response, low lag and low down boost - once you start to increase the boost pressure the air just gets hotter so less mass goes through the engine despite the higher boost pressure.

    after that you need to go the route of mikey with enough expensive parts to get more air and fuel through the engine, such as large capacity turbo and exhaust manifold and possibly better intercoolers, and at that point the air filter and exhaust/cat/downpipe may come in to play

    stick with a simple remap and you will get by far the most bhp/lb-ft for your
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