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    rea bcs help needed-pics?

    i did the guide that i seen in another post,removed standard vac pipe from i inlet.ran new hose from inlet to fpr,to dumpvalve etc. i pulled the black pipe off the standard dump valve and left it,now there is a hose with a t-piece that was for the fpr disconnected,is this the correct way? and do i need to block the pipes

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    Hi M8,
    Follow this:-

    http://www.astraownersclub.com/vb/sh...=200469&page=2

    or

    http://www.astraownersclub.com/vb/sh...=199840&page=6

    Disconnect the hose on the OE DV on Turbo;
    Disconnect the hose on the TB;
    Disconnect the hose on the FPR;

    Then - using new 3mm ID hose:-

    Connect from TB to OE DV on Turbo;
    T-in for FPR and connect new 3mm ID hose to FPR;

    Additional:-

    T-in along first hose for extras such as Boost Gauge or AM DV, etc.

    Leave all OE pipework and hosing in place and if necessary tie up out of the way. DO NOT disconnect the wiring for the Rear BCS as this will bring up error codes.

    HTH
    If she's not sticking her fingernails into the roof lining and digging her stilettos into the dash then you ain't going fast enough!!!

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    cheers for that

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