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    whats the benefits of doing this?

    is the car faster?
    better economy?

    anyone shed some light on this for me please










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    Engine reliability the major benefit, Stops the intake getting heavily coked up

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrDerv View Post
    Engine reliability the major benefit, Stops the intake getting heavily coked up
    can this be done on the 1.8 vvt?

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    The 1.8VVT does not need the EGR blanking, it does not have one. Thankfully.

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    Not sure of the benefits on a petrol engine sorry, i assumed you had a Diesel which benefit massively from this mod (gets asked a lot here so i assumed sorry)

    Can be done on petrols but i'm not sure of the implications regarding getting them mapped out etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyP2020 View Post
    The 1.8VVT does not need the EGR blanking, it does not have one. Thankfully.

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