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    Rear Bcs bypass

    Just bypassed my bcs this afternoon


    just wondered wat ppl do with the vac pipes that come from it,
    1 from bcs
    1 from vac box

    leave them open?
    remove them?
    block them?

    etc ?? opinions all taken on board thanks
    ASTRA GSI

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    youd be best in the turbo forum!

    just leave em connected and dangling there incase u need to reconnect it at some later date

    pointless removing or blocking them as theres no vacuum goin into the solenoid so pointless even wasting time and effort

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    ive left them there for now tied up, seeing how it goes first
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