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Who here is successfully running a forge split-r with no error codes on their AUM?

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by FJ0372, Aug 7, 2012.

  1. FJ0372

    FJ0372 New Member

    Jan 1, 2012
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    I'm not interested in another thread about the 007p being a better performance part or the car being intended for a recirc. rather than an atmos. I'm just interested to know whether the forge split-r can actually be run on an AUM without causing ECU errors/ running issues and at which hybrid setting this is possible on?

    Thanks in advance for all helpful replies.
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  3. <tuffty/>

    <tuffty/> Badger 5 Edition...Its all about the flow...
    Staff Member Moderator Audi S3

    Sep 14, 2008
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    IMO No...

    Its no good as an atmos or a DV valve as its hugely compromised to make it what it is...

    While you may not be interested in the whole "the car being intended for a recirc. rather than an atmos" discussion the fatcs are on std management they will cause problems...

    There is no compelling reason to use the split-r over a recirc valve...

  4. Yohan87

    Yohan87 Member

    May 19, 2011
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    If the noise is what you are after, then you will easily achieve that with a Forge 007/008 valve and an open cone filter.
  5. kwistof

    kwistof South East Events Moderator
    Regional Rep

    Jun 1, 2010
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    I'll hold my hands up and admit I ran a Split R on my first S3 for about 6 months and also my current one (APY) for over 9 months.......

    It didn't throw up the engine management light on either of the cars.

    My 1st S3 only had the Split R on..

    Whilst my current car S3 is running a B5 TIP, Large Cone filter, Re-map and 007P and I would say my current set up is now louder than how it was on my 1st S3 that was standard with just the Split R

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