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Diverter Valve, Dump Valve or Forge Splitter?

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by tom792, May 3, 2011.

  1. tom792

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    Which is best for a 2002 Audi S3?
     
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  3. DenCar

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    They are designed to work with a Recirculating DV like the forge 007p. I believe any other type like a splitter or dump valve will cause problems if used.

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  4. DJ_Troopa

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    Forge 007p. Majority of people on here run that one including myself.
     
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    Forge 007p or Bailey DV30
     
  6. karls s3

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    forge 007p never had a problem with them
     
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    007p.

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  8. A3Tom

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    007P!!!
     
  9. sportquattro

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    been said a million times before, Forge 007P dont go with a split as the 1.8T needs a closed loop otherwise the MAF will give wrong cues to ecu
     

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