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    Dump Valve

    I have a baileys DV Fitted, can you remove the OE DV completely and put a blanking plug in?

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    is the bailey working with the OE still connected?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dannyturbo View Post
    I have a baileys DV Fitted, can you remove the OE DV completely and put a blanking plug in?
    Yes forge sell a blanking kit. Get rid of the baileys tho.! They are RUBBISH!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by spidercoupe View Post
    Yes forge sell a blanking kit. Get rid of the baileys tho.! They are RUBBISH!!!!

    as above get rid and get a collins

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    Quote Originally Posted by madgezza View Post
    as above get rid and get a collins
    The above comment is Correct!
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    Get rid of the baileys and keep it standard!! Much better for the engine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmykey View Post
    Get rid of the baileys and keep it standard!! Much better for the engine.
    But he wants to use a DV???
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    when ur asll finished telling him what u prefer..

    you dont have to buy a blanking plate for the OEM DV m8. just fit a one way valve in the vac line ( £2 0r £3 ) and it will block it off meaning only ur baileys will run..

    oir leave both running..
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    I was just suggesting another option!

    DannyTurbo - If you do decide to go down the 'blanking at the OEM valve' route it can be very tricky as theres not much space to work with. A tip is to cut an allen key down so it fits and makes it a little bit easier!

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