[s-cars] was Re: tubo vs super... now: Q about BPV and WFV
cpayne at bconnected.com
Sat Jun 5 13:29:39 EDT 2004
You are talking of the Bosch 710N BPV. Works fine but I prefer the
"fancy" rebuildable valves from Hyperboost/Strat, Forge, and Bailey.
Guess Dahlback is making one too.
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Subject: Re: [s-cars] was Re: tubo vs super... now: Q about BPV and WFV
The valve of choice IMHO is the one from the Audi TT ...
I don't have the exact part number handy, but I am sure it will be
The one I bought was about 30 dollars Canadian... much cheaper than a
repairable / fancy POS that some like.
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Subject: [s-cars] was Re: tubo vs super... now: Q about BPV and WFV
> From: "Kirby Smith" <kirby.a.smith at verizon.net>
> > Things to consider: Is your bypass valve functional or leaking?
> Assuming my bypass valve is found to be toasted, are the fancy ones
> the extra cash or should I stick with the OEM spec, or buy an OEM from
> porsche? I don't need to buy the fancy one if all it gives me is more
> underhood bling.
> > Is your wastegate frequency valve in need of replacement?
> What are my options here? Don't people put on the one from another
> I apologise if these questions are in a FAQ somewhere. If so, you can
> me to it and my feelings won't be hurt... =)
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