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Hi, just wondering how the brake booster is affected by boost? It feels like there is a lump/valve? In the tube from the mani to the servo, presumably to hold vacume. Does this stop the servo seeing boost when on throttle? Or do I need to fit a different valve? Thanks!

Also, I was keeping the charcoal canister of possible. Anyone kept it on a FI car? I'm guessing a valve may be needed here too?

(the car is a year 2000, td04, nearly complete!)
(I have got the mazda 323 pcv installed BTW)

Any advice much appreciated as can't find much info on the above topics.
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just wondering how the brake booster is affected by boost?
should be fine if you've the standard one-way valve in it's vacuum pipe馃槈

It feels like there is a lump/valve? In the tube from the mani to the servo, presumably to hold vacuum
as above, the standard one-way valve in it's vacuum pipe (y)


Does this stop the servo seeing boost when on throttle?
if it's working correctly:unsure:

as to the charcoal canister, if it's plumbed with the solenoid between canister & manifold then should be fine (presuming the solenoid is in good condition & seals properly:cautious:)

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should be fine if you've the standard one-way valve in it's vacuum pipe馃槈



as above, the standard one-way valve in it's vacuum pipe (y)




if it's working correctly:unsure:

as to the charcoal canister, if it's plumbed with the solenoid between canister & manifold then should be fine (presuming the solenoid is in good condition & seals properly:cautious:)

Rich.
Thanks for the fast reply 馃憤
That's all handy to know 馃榾
I will check how my cannister is setup in a mo just to be sure 馃槵

Thanks again 馃榿馃檪馃憣
 
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