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n249 bypass

Discussion in 'Ibiza Mk3 (2000-2002)' started by RS_TRAYNOR, Dec 6, 2009.

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  1. RS_TRAYNOR

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    is there anyone near dundee that has done the n249 bypass? i would try it my self but just incase i do summit wrong as im not as clued up on these engines as i am with rs turbos.

    would star performance do it?
     
  2. ebo007

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    There is a guide somewhere on how to do it. If you search N249 bypass the guide with pics should come up.
     
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  4. Ibiza125

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    I've done it. I'm in Glasgow. If your around I'd be happy to show you how it's done ;) I also have resistors to take out the N112 valves.
     
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    im in dundee and have done this, its on a lcr though! a quick look would tell if its the same sort of thing if your still looking for a hand
     
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    #6 john-d, Jun 30, 2010
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    not 1 person?
     
  8. Ibiza125

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    I'm confused. What do you think is different? The positioning of the valves is completely different on the ibiza...
     
  9. john-d

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    basicly i was wondering if you can just bypass it and leave it plugged in? obv as the cupra 1s are on the rocker cover it will be slightly different but same princaple? surely the boost hoses should all go to the same places?

    that guide is far clearer than any on here
     
  10. john-d

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    ohhh i should add im leaving my engine cover on anyway
     
  11. JB!

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    Check the FAQ. Mine is bypassed while still plugged in.
     
  12. Ibiza125

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    That is how you do it. Leave it plugged in or replace it with a resistor... I managed to do it off guides on here so I don't see how you can't.
     
  13. john-d

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    well look at the ukmkivs guide then look at the ones on here and see the difference.....im not the first to have problems figuring it out, im sorry not all of us are experts. i asked if i could route the hoses the same? is that so hard? you on your period or something mate
     
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    I think N249 bypass is a touchy subject for veterans of SCN lol
     
  15. Ibiza125

    Ibiza125 Motocross nut

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    I know your not the first, I was in the same situation but if you look at all the threads on it you can piece it together.

    I'm not on my period. Your just making a faf out of nothing...
     
  16. JB!

    JB! Toight loike a Toiger

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    mate, just read the FAQ!!!!

    there is a link on the last/ish page, its a few steps, some vacum hose an boiling water.

    easiest thing to do on the car!!!!
     
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    lol i did look at the FAQ but stopped reading after 3 pages of people asking why they should do it, thanks for the help.
     
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    exactly what i needed mate...
     

  20. what else would these people do! lol:D
     

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