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Forge Motorsport Bypass and Blow-Off Valves - Web Exclusive

Karl Funke
Sep 20, 2011

Forge Motorsport is pleased to introduce the latest addition to our world leading lineup of bypass and blow-off valves. As a new replacement valve option for the OEM 710 series of valves from Bosch, the all-new Forge FMDV008 valve is an evolution of our most popular and best selling

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FMDV007P valve which has been redesigned from the ground up incorporating many new features.

  • Revised internal piston design results in faster response time & improved airflow characteristics
  • Revised bolt-on cap design is more secure
  • Compact size allows easier fitment in tighter spaces
  • Includes 3 springs & shims for tuning to suit any boost level
  • Includes hex key for cap bolts
  • Includes replacement hose clamps
  • Fully serviceable
  • Improved longevity with longer service interval
  • Stealth Black or all-new Gunmetal Gray anodized finish options
  • Includes Forge keychain
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

The original FMDV007P will still be offered ongoing as our standard replacement valve option, however the all-new FMDV008 valve will now be offered alongside it as a premium upgrade option for the same applications. The additional features and included components adding only marginally to the price.

The FMDV008 valve will retail for $185.00 (US). Both black and gunmetal finishes are in stock and available to order immediately.

Application List:

  • ALL VW/Audi 1.8T
  • Audi 2.7 Bi-Turbo
  • Porsche 944, 996 TT and Cayenne Turbo
  • Ford Focus RS MK1
  • Renault Clio
  • ... and many more!

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