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RE: Bypass valve Installation?
That is the only way it is going to work, BTDT, tried both (have one on my Q
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On Behalf Of Tony Lum
Sent: Monday, March 01, 1999 6:05 PM
Subject: Bypass valve Installation?
I was scoping out a junked BAAS 9000 16V turbo yesterday and can absolutely
state that the right angle connection was attached to the turbo inlet and
the in-line (with the vacuum control) connection was attached to the
pressure side at the output of the inter cooler. I though it was supposed
to be just the opposite!
What gives, or does the orientation really matter?
P.S. I would have taken most of the turbo plumbing, but the diameter was
quite a bit smaller than the metal KH turbo elbow pipe I took off another
Tony Lum 1987 5000CS Turbo Quattro
Berkeley, California, U.S.A. 1985 4000CS Quattro
Audi Owner/Driver/Mechanic by Necessity ;^) 1980 5000S Sedan
QCUSA Member #6885 1987.5 Coupe GT