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    disabling rear bcs

    Hi All,

    Can you just use the one way valve to stop/blank the bcs off? Alot on here cut the pipe down and have a bit sticking out with a bolt in it.

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    I'd imagine that you could, I've just stuck a bolt in mine and used a cable to make sure it doesn't come loose. It works and its a cheap and easy fix.

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    I piped the rear bcs to my boost gauge

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    did it feel better to drive?

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    tbh mate, in my opinion its all placebo.

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    Yeah I agree TBH, It just tidies things up a little and reduces possibility of a vac leak

    This is how mine is set up


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    Done this and it causes dump valve to go quieter and also a tiny bit of compresser chatter, the same amount that I had when my oe valve was leaking. The power is alot more aggressive though. Shame as I'd like to of kept this setup but not due to the stall.

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    Just a thought, when I did this I plumbed the oe valve into the vac hose for the am dump valve rather than direct to the fpr, would this cause any problems?

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