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    dumping problem eds 3.5

    have recentley refited baileys to gsi running eds 3.5 , the dump valve will dump if reved up when stationary but will not when driving except for when first accelerating through each gear. it does not seem to like m-way driving either as it dumps all over the place when ever it wants. also went and brought a collins one thinking it was the dump valve playing up but this ones the same. its t pieced into the fuel reg vac line same as boost gauge which works fine.its got a one way halfords valve near the turbo dump valve.

    any one had this problem before?

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    take it off,there a waste of time!!!!!

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    take the one way valve off, keep the OE working keeps it smoother and a collins is loud enough without a 1 way valve

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    Ive had issues with my Collins brought brand new, stalling issue's all the time running like a bag of spanners hit and miss on when it dumps, stripped and regreesed now change so now ive reverted back to oe recirc and all the above issues have stopped, going to invest in a evoms diverter instead.
    ACT now sold

    Rolling on a mk3 Ibiza Cupra running 272bhp

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