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2018/02/11 15:25:21 (permalink)
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Vacuum Transfer Valve...

Hey everyone,

Just wondering if anyone has a spare vacuum transfer valve (small white valve on bypass/blow off assembly) that I could buy.

Thanks
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    Re: Vacuum Transfer Valve... 2018/02/11 21:21:21 (permalink)
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    Buy new from amayama or partsouq is about $50 delivered ‭9092501059‬ not sure what a local Toyota dealership would charge.
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    Re: Vacuum Transfer Valve... 2018/02/11 21:29:55 (permalink)
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    Just go to a pneumatic shop pick one up cheap it's just one way value.
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    Re: Vacuum Transfer Valve... 2018/02/11 22:40:48 (permalink)
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    Thanks Tony, did see that but $50 for such a small part seemed excessive so thought I'd try my luck.

    Unfortunately it's not as simple as a one way valve, it's a slightly more technical part than that
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    Re: Vacuum Transfer Valve... 2018/02/11 23:13:10 (permalink)
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    MG_MR2
    Thanks Tony, did see that but $50 for such a small part seemed excessive so thought I'd try my luck.

    Unfortunately it's not as simple as a one way valve, it's a slightly more technical part than that

    I'm currently using one now and it works perfect for years now.
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    Re: Vacuum Transfer Valve... 2018/02/12 06:48:50 (permalink)
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    That's interesting. From what I've read air needs to be able to bleed out so if you use a check valve, you would also have to install a bleeder valve that will let pressure escape
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    Re: Vacuum Transfer Valve... 2018/02/12 10:46:15 (permalink)
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    MG_MR2
    That's interesting. From what I've read air needs to be able to bleed out so if you use a check valve, you would also have to install a bleeder valve that will let pressure escape

    Maybe we are thinking of a difference value, Do you have a picture?
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    Re: Vacuum Transfer Valve... 2018/02/12 15:14:54 (permalink)
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    The white part

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    Re: Vacuum Transfer Valve... 2018/02/12 22:19:54 (permalink)
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    This works perfect.

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    Re: Vacuum Transfer Valve... 2018/02/12 22:46:31 (permalink)
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    MG_MR2
    That's interesting. From what I've read air needs to be able to bleed out so if you use a check valve, you would also have to install a bleeder valve that will let pressure escape


    I have read the same also - I have read multiple opinions online saying that you are best off using the Toyota OEM part and not cheaping out. Is $50 really worth it in the long run?

    However I will note that my VTV broke while I was doing my valve cover gasket (was soft and brittle) and I picked up some random one-way check valve from my mechanic. I have not noticed any performance differences however I did notice that my car has a mini-flutter now surprisingly.. has been like this for several months with no running issues. Will eventually put the Toyota one back in (ordered new from Amayama) but I like the child-ish sound for now
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    Re: Vacuum Transfer Valve... 2018/02/12 22:57:08 (permalink)
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    Yeah I agree but was curious to hear experiences/thoughts.

    And the flutter would make sense as the bypass valve is probably not opening/functioning as suddenly, hence the flutter
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