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Can a dumpvalve be fitted on a Golf Mk1 Carburator without a turbo?

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Yes it can be done with a little bit of work if you want the noise as a lot people with a N.A. cars do, watch this the the part you want starts around, 6.05 & it even gets fitted on to a pushbike :)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_fG_b65WiU

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    Yes it can be done with a little bit of work if you want the noise as a lot people with a N.A. cars do, watch this the the part you want starts around, 6.05 & it even gets fitted on to a pushbike :)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_fG_b65W...

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Why would you want to fit a dump valve to a normally aspirated engine? Dump valves are to prevent overpresurisation of the inlet system and uncontrolled fuel/air mixtures where the boosted pressure is above atmospheric pressure. Fit a dump valve and you will actually be sucking air into a vacuum atmosphere and completly upsetting the fuel/air ratio with a chance of burning valves or not running at all.

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Hi no it cant

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