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    someone is sellin a bailey dump valve cheap and was wondering if i can fit one on my 2006 vectra c 1.9cdti 120 i hope so cos its cheap lol

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    no i dont think you can, have to get the diesel dump valve but i could be wrong.

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    Would u not need special blanking plates like the net engine for it to work??

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    i dont know lol thats why i asked you guys

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    Diesel engine dump valves tend to need to be electronic due to the difference in the vac/pressure in the inlet manifold iirc.
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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