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Old Sat, May-12-2018, 07:21:18 PM   #1
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Default VF570 kit bypass/diverter valve question.

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The bypass/diverter valve I have which came with this kit has two ports on it....one on the body of the valve and one that goes into the cap on top.
I am not sure which one to hook the vacuum line up to and is the second one needed also?
Reason being I took off my Tial BOV cause the constant whooshing noise was getting a bit to much and I hope the recirculating nature of the Bypass valve will stabilize my idle issues Iíve had ever since I installed this kit.
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Default VF570 kit bypass/diverter valve question.

You can turn your tial into recirc.


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I just researched that, $70 for a QR bottom half so thatís what Iím gonna do, thank you
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I just researched that, $70 for a QR bottom half so thatís what Iím gonna do, thank you


When I had the Ess kit the hard part was getting a hose from them that fit the tial bov outlet back to the manifold. For my kit had to be silicone hose with a 38mm opening on both ends.


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When I had the Ess kit the hard part was getting a hose from them that fit the tial bov outlet back to the manifold. For my kit had to be silicone hose with a 38mm opening on both ends.


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Roughly how long of a silicone hose from Tial port to SC port?
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