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    Active Member One Ring
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    Question AWE Diverter valve

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    has anyone used an awe dv on their b7 a4? if so how does it perform? how does it sound. i just ordered one, and im wondering

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    Veteran Member Four Rings AWDTURBO's Avatar
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    Re: AWE Diverter valve

    With stock intake, no noice.

    I have it. I just think its a fix to the chipped cars.
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    Established Member Two Rings Satyroi's Avatar
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    Re: AWE Diverter valve


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    Veteran Member Three Rings scoobycarolan's Avatar
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    Re: AWE Diverter valve

    They're great. I like the idea of using the engines vacuum to actuate the valve. Mine is essentialy the same design. The more boost, the better the seal. The EVO is essentially the same design. The one spot where the AWE shines is the electronic relay for the OEM dv. You'll CEL without it. I had to leave the old DV plugged in and zip tie it my smic.
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