Date: Thu, 4 Aug 2005 13:51:49 +0100 From: Sleeker GT Phwoar <carl.robsonnospamcing-czechs.com> Subject: Re: Bailey or Forge, Atmospheric or Recirc'?
In article <1A9Ie.4965$eI5.1876nospamnews.blueyonder.co.uk>, alistairdorenospamo.com says... > > 1 Bailey or Forge motorsport. Anyone tried a Bailey valve? They do seem > to be cheaper, but still look pretty solid, even if Forge is industry > standard. > > 2 Atmos or Recirc? Forget the sound issue, I like it and (no offence > intended here) I don't care whether you do or don't. The important thing is > does an atmospheric reduce lag, as claimed by one trader at the SOC > National. (I doubt it) Also bearing in mind I have an Air Mass Meter, > (which some of you know to be a sore point!) will an atmospheric cause me > problems? Read on nospam that it can cause stalling problems as the > air measured by the AMM is lost to atmosphere. > > Had a Bailey Recirc on mine with a cone filter. It didn't make the "ptttttttsh" like the SARD I have on the Celica does, but it did make a polite "Cough" noise on gear shifts, sometimes louder than others. The SARD makes a real Woosh noise. If you find a double piston dump valve you may be OK with an Atmo. I know the Celica had a flap rather than hotwire AFM, and it works fine with the SARD. Other people have used Bailey and Forge Atmos DVs, I think the Bailey to use is the DV 26 (especially the D type, although ISTR that the DV36 is louder. DV30 is the recirc. Some people say that the Bailey gums up and stops working though. -- Carl Robson Car PC Build starts again. http://smallr.com/rz Homepage: http://www.bouncing-czechs.com