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    One way valve Q

    Hi, im thinking of getting Baileys soon. I've done some reading up on the one way valve instead of the spacer method.

    Could you use more than one one way valve to make sure air wont pass back?

    Im going to run the one way valve without the Baileys DV for about a week. I want some cool chatter! Is this dangerous on standard map?
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    OOPS, wrong section. Im tired
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    You need either the stanard dump valve (No one way valve) or an after market one which then you can run with or without the one way valve depending how loud you ant it.

    Having the one way valve fitted and no after market dump valve will damage the turbo
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    I find using a 1way valve air passes back threw. Ive not get tried wth 2, however i do have another here. I used the spacer method and works well.

    Il try it with 2 valves tomorrow and let you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyzrox View Post
    I find using a 1way valve air passes back threw. Ive not get tried wth 2, however i do have another here. I used the spacer method and works well.

    Il try it with 2 valves tomorrow and let you know.
    So you think that using just the 1way valve to disable the oe dv doesnt work?

    Let us know how you get on mate.
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    shouldnt make any diference 1 or 50 as 1 way valves air will only pass through all of them 1 way and the the at the end will only only stop air coming back
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    Well when i use the cylindrical spacer the baileys works fine. When i use a 1way valve its asif there is to much pressure going threw the pipe and it manages to get back threw some how.

    It maybe the oneway valve.. i didnt get the halfords washer thing people all use. tbh i took my dv off anyways. car felt laggy with it on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsi-jay View Post
    shouldnt make any diference 1 or 50 as 1 way valves air will only pass through all of them 1 way and the the at the end will only only stop air coming back
    Yeah I thought this was the case.
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