Atmospheric Dump Valve for Ford Fiesta ST 180 Mk7 | Forge


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FMDVST180A

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This valve is for the turbocharged 1.6-litre EcoBoost petrol engine found in the Fiesta ST. It is recommended for any vehicle where the boost pressure has or is going to be increased by an ECU software upgrade,

Our alternative is a fully engineered solution, offering significantly improved reliability. Our valve and installation kit replaces the original unit with a pressure/vacuum operated piston valve, that still also retains the desirable OEM ECU control over valve actuation. This product has been thoroughly designed and tested with the expressed intent of offering improved valve response and maintaining ECU control while resulting in absolutely NO fault codes, NO check engine lights, and no adverse effects of any kind.

All of the necessary components and detailed instructions are included and everything is designed to make installation as simple as possible. 

 

In The Box:
1 x FMDVST180 Valve
1 x FMBGFK4 Boost Tap and Bolt
1 x Solenoid, Bracket and Screws
1 x Blue Spring (Uprated)
1 x Wiring Harness
2 x Posi-taps
10 x Cable Ties
1 x 2000mm Length of 4mm Vacuum Hose
1 x Forge Key Ring and Sticker
1 x Instruction Booklet

If you wish to tune this product to fit the needs of your engine, please see the spring tuning kit below.

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Any tuning/performance-based mods/work/quotes and products are strictly for off-road and motorsport use only. Performance mods/certain exhaust systems will cause your vehicle to fail the MOT emissions test, therefore rendering the vehicle unroadworthy and illegal to be used on UK roads. PLEASE BE AWARE – Sports cats can NOT legally be installed on a vehicle for use on a public road that was manufactured after 1st March 2001 unless Type ECE 103R is approved (identified by ‘103R’ in the exhaust product title). Fitting a Cat/Cat Bypass or GPF delete/bypass to a vehicle that is to be used on UK roads will cause the vehicle to fail the MOT emissions test, therefore rendering it unroadworthy and illegal to be used on UK roads. Read more