Go Fast Bits DV+ Diverter Valve Black Subaru WRX 22-23 – Reflected Image Motorsports
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Go Fast Bits DV+ Diverter Valve Black Subaru WRX 22-23

  • $ 19800
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  • Brand: Go Fast Bits
  • Part #: T9383
  • Adjustable: No
  • Color: Black
  • Design: Diaphragm
  • OEM Replacement: Yes
  • QTY: 1
  • Valve Type: Recirculating
  • Includes Gasket(s): Yes
  • Mfgr. Warranty: 1 Year

 

 

With the FA24 engine in the 2022+ Subaru WRX now uses an electronically controlled factory diverter in place of the pneumatic bypass valve found on all previous turbo Subaru engines.

Factory electronic diverter valves have been around since 2006 (particularly on European engines), and on the surface, it sounds like an advancement in technology, but in reality, it’s a step backward in performance and reliability. Electronic diverters may react to throttle closures faster than a pneumatic valve, but longevity and boost sealing are issues because their valve mechanism is made entirely of molded plastic. Importantly though, the factory electronic valve cannot open and close progressively – it’s either open or shut, resulting in less than optimum throttle response and drivability.

The patented DV+ design has been proven since 2013, and is now available for the WRX. It solves ALL the shortcomings of the factory electronic diverter valve by replacing the plastic valve assembly with precision CNC machined metal components, and changes the operation method so it can open and close progressively whilst retaining electronic control.

The T9383 version of the DV+ valve is for the customer who wants the easiest installation with the possibility of reverting back to stock with ease where as the cheaper T9369 DV+ version is designed with cost savings in mind that require permanent modification to your stock diverter valve. 

 

Features: 

  • Supplied as a complete unit with an integrated solenoid
  • Does not require disassembly of the factory diverter valve
  • Can easily be returned to stock
  • Choose this valve if you plan to remove your mods before having your car serviced

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