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N249 bypass on 2003 BAM help

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by T3 BRL, Oct 30, 2012.

  1. T3 BRL
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    Hi guys slightly confused from this post

    N249 Bypass How To (2000 S3 - but same for many)

    if my car is a BAM then can I just straight through the pipe from DV to the pipe to the inlet manifold??

    Any help appreciated guys
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    yes, remove / blank n249 pipes and leave it plugged in to loom. run single vac line from inlet to dv
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    Cheers mate.

    Also where is best to run vac for boost gauge?
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    fpr vac line is a popular option. i deleted all gubbins from my bay so had a spare vac port on the inlet mani so used that.
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    For me I like the idea of the FPR having its own dedicated vac line.

    As above though, I used a spare vac port from under the inlet mani because I removed all the crap that wasn't required.
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    Any pics for above guys?
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    N249 bypass is just bypassing the N249 with a single 4mm ID length of hose from the inlet manifold to the DV. If you want a boost gauge then T into this new length of hose
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