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Bleeder style boost controllers .
Cleven Offline
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With vam can you use the bleeder style boost controller? I know these cars are very sensitive when it comes to vacuum.
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Jeff K Offline
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Bleeder style is not the way to go. You want a pressure relief (ball and spring) type of valve, like the Gillis valve. Pressure refief valves build boost more quickly that bleeder type valves.
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Cleven Offline
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(12-13-2021, 03:44 PM)Jeff K Wrote: Bleeder style is not the way to go. You want a pressure relief (ball and spring) type of valve, like the Gillis valve. Pressure refief valves build boost more quickly that bleeder type valves.

I figured that on these cars. Appreciate it
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