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    So Far ZLEH, M32, FMIC, Top Hat, CDTi box, Thermobolic intake gasket, De cat, alloy rad, GSi bumper, Coilovers not long off a map now lol

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    looks like a blanking plate to me.
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    yea defo a blanking plate saves the original leaking if you put one way valve in so it wont open

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    Blanking plate for fitting an aftermarket dump valve

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    whats better to use.
    blanking plate.
    tx ricirc
    forge diverter valve or is the tx recirc the same as thr forge just cheaper?
    So Far ZLEH, M32, FMIC, Top Hat, CDTi box, Thermobolic intake gasket, De cat, alloy rad, GSi bumper, Coilovers not long off a map now lol

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    all diverter valves/recirc valves(same thing) do the same job, go in the same place etc. the blanking plate is for if you wish to run no dv (foolish) or an atmospheric dv (collins/bailey/ HKS etc)

    personally i'm running the forge recirc valve on its own. does the job for me.

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    ok cool thanks
    So Far ZLEH, M32, FMIC, Top Hat, CDTi box, Thermobolic intake gasket, De cat, alloy rad, GSi bumper, Coilovers not long off a map now lol

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    forge diverter valve is what you want to fit on the turbo

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    thanks dan
    So Far ZLEH, M32, FMIC, Top Hat, CDTi box, Thermobolic intake gasket, De cat, alloy rad, GSi bumper, Coilovers not long off a map now lol

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    i got the forge blanking plate as the guy that had the car before me put a screw through the original to make the bailleys louder and it was leaking boost cost me 26 i think. want to take bailleys off and put a forge recirculating on but gonna need a boost pipe too and it all adds up as usual.

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