I believe you can use a check valve off a 9-5
I may have to try that....I believe you can use a check valve off a 9-5
Awesome! Thanks for the advice and I will definitely try that out! I am in the process of looking into purchasing at least one industrial inline check valve that is made to withstand higher pressures. The only thing about this is it is a larger size like around a 1/2" so my friend who has some machining tools is going to assist me in customizing it to accomodate the stock size, vacuum line, and make it barbed on both ends. This one I am entertaining the idea of making it to be a spring check valve so it can be easily replaced and will look much cleaner in the engine bay. Like I said this is just a though for now but I will keep everyone posted if things progress with this idea.I believe you can use a check valve off a 9-5
Hey Adam,A check valve is a check valve....you can use one from a John Deere tractor if you had one.
I've never blown out the diaphragms on any check valve in any turbo vehicle I've owned...and I run approx. 20psi. on I4 and V6 cars. Are you running standard software on your Aero, or are you madly tuned (assume not, being 226hp and 259tq, but thought I'd ask). Ever blow one out on your Supra? Is it just a regular old check valve for doing stuff like preventing pressurizing of heater controls and stuff, or is it some huge check valve, like a blow-off valve setup??
Hey Nick,We run the new style factory valves on all the big cars here. They hold fine. The drag car sees over 32psi with my red car on kill it was up there too. On the original in the viggen. Maybe the aftermarket are not the same. The new ones are white plastic and about 20mm diameter.