The VTA is a performance blow-off valve solution for late model (check picture and application list) Audi, VW, Skoda and SEAT vehicles with an electronic factory diverter valve.
If you want sound with your performance (or performance with your sound!), GFB’s VTA delivers just that! By combining the proven performance benefits of our ground-breaking DV+ with atmosphere venting, the VTA delivers an aggressive blow-off sound, improved throttle response and boost recovery, as well as superior boost holding and reliability in extreme conditions.
The VTA shares the successful DV+ design philosophy: “Keep what works, replace what doesn’t”
This means we retain ECU control and the solenoid from the factory diverter to ensure the fastest possible response time, without the added and unnecessary cost of replacing the solenoid like some brands do.
The weak part of the factory diverter has always been the plastic valve mechanism – this is the part we replace. The VTA features CNC machined billet components that last a lifetime, and we also change the valve operation method for better performance. The factory diverter valve can only operate in two states – open, or closed. When it opens fully at low boost, or during a partial throttle lift mid-corner, it causes increased lag and a noticeably non-linear boost transition.
GFB pioneered the use of “pilot operation” in the DV+, which works by repurposing the factory solenoid to control the pressure behind the piston rather than the piston itself. This allows the solenoid stroke to be much shorter, speeding up the response time and increasing the actuation force. More importantly, it allows the piston to open and close progressively in response to the amount of boost pressure present, which smooths boost transitions and reduces the lag caused by the factory diverter valve.
It is this design philosophy that makes the VTA not only the best performing blow off valve solution, but also the best value on the market.
VTA or DV+?
Depends if you want sound or not. Both valves are constructed with the same quality materials and valve mechanism, and both offer the same performance and reliability benefits. However, the VTA vents to atmosphere for sound whilst the DV+ recirculates the air to keep it quiet.
Why choose a VTA over a “BOV spacer”?
“BOV spacers” are cheap and they make sound. But that’s it. All the inherent performance and reliability issues you get with the factory diverter valve remain, because a spacer doesn’t change the diverter valve in any way. The VTA improves the operation of the diverter valve for sound AND performance.
Why choose a VTA over a kit that includes a solenoid?
Because there’s no performance benefit to replacing the factory solenoid, only a much higher price! If a VTA with the factory solenoid can open in a couple of hundredths of a second, why pay more than you need to?
» TMS Technology for faster boost recovery on gearshift and during throttle modulation
» Improved boost holding ability
» Atmosphere venting for blow-off sound
» Retains ECU control
» Simple, direct bolt-on kits include everything you need to install
» Manufactured in Australia in accordance with ISO 9001
Application list (also check picture of the engine bay for confirmation)
VW Scirocco Mk3 2.0t FSI and 1.4 TSI (turbo only) 06-on Mk3 195kw Petrol Engine FWD Coupe 06/06-on
VW Scirocco Mk3 2.0t FSI and 1.4 TSI (turbo only) 06-on Mk3 154kw Petrol Engine FWD Coupe 06/06-on
VW Scirocco R Mk3 2.0t FSI (EA113) 06-13 Mk3 90kw Petrol Engine FWD Coupe 06/06-on
VW 1.2/1.4TSI 2014-on SAA, SAH 62kw Petrol Engine FWD Van 06/15-on
AUDI 1.2/1.4 TFSI/TSI 2013-on 8VA, 8VF 110kw Petrol Engine FWD Hatchback 05/14-on
AUDI 1.2/1.4 TFSI/TSI 2013-on GAB 110kw Petrol Engine FWD Closed Off-Road Vehicle 06/16-on
AUDI 1.2/1.4 TFSI/TSI 2013-on 8V1, 8VK 110kw Petrol Engine FWD Hatchback 05/14-on
AUDI 1.2/1.4 TFSI/TSI 2013-on 8V7, 8VE 110kw Petrol Engine FWD Convertible 05/14-on
SKODA SKODA 1.2/1.4 TSI 2014-on NJ3 66kw Petrol Engine FWD Hatchback 08/14-on
SKODA SKODA 1.2/1.4 TSI 2014-on NH1 81kw Petrol Engine FWD Hatchback 05/15-on
SKODA SKODA 1.2/1.4 TSI 2014-on NE (5E3) 110kw Petrol Engine FWD Hatchback 08/14-on
SKODA SKODA 1.2/1.4 TSI 2014-on 5L 110kw Petrol Engine AWD Closed Off-Road Vehicle 05/15-12/17
SKODA SKODA 1.2/1.4 TSI 2014-on NJ5 66kw Petrol Engine FWD Wagon 10/14-on
SKODA SKODA 1.2/1.4 TSI 2014-on 5L 92kw Petrol Engine FWD Closed Off-Road Vehicle 05/15-12/17
SKODA SKODA 1.2/1.4 TSI 2014-on NJ5 81kw Petrol Engine FWD Wagon 10/14-on
SKODA SKODA 1.2/1.4 TSI 2014-on NE (5E5) 110kw Petrol Engine FWD Wagon 08/14-on
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What makes GFB blowoff valves different and better?
Our new TMS Turbo Management System don't throw your BOOST away but INCREASES IT BY up to 40%. GFB's Turbo Management System (TMS) parts offer multiple performance benefits over factory diverter valves. We looked at the concept named ‘blowoff valve’ and took this to a whole new level! Basically the main benefits are:
MORE POWER - BETTER RESPONSE - BETTER DRIVE ABILITY - GET THE SOUND OR NOT.
How to choose a BOV
With the vast range of GFB blow-off valves, questions rise 'Which blow-off valve is the best?' and 'Which blow-off valve should I use?'
The first question is easy to answer: There isn't actually a 'best' in terms of quality. All GFB blow-off valves use the same high-quality internal components. So, provided the right BOV is fitted for your particular vehicle, they all offer the same performance benefits of improved throttle response and reduced lag. The real question is: How do you select the valve for you?
The first step to decide on 'your' BOV, is whether or not you want to hear it, and if so, how much? The following chart lists the “noise ratings” of our blow-off valve range. The final decision will then be based on how much control you want over the blow-off volume level.
GFB boost controllers use a more consistent needle-valve bleed system, which brings boost on just as fast as any ball-and-spring system, and generally more quickly than a factory boost control system. On the productpages you can find a comparison of the GFB controller to other major brands, guess who wins this standoff? GFB!
A GFB boost controller will give you the added benefit of not only being able to adjust the peak boost level, but in most cases will bring the boost on earlier, resulting in more power throughout the rev range.
The reduction in rotating inertia (we've removed about 2kg by using 6061 T6 aluminum billet) means that the engine can accelerate much quicker during the times it is making very little power before the turbo spools up. The result is better drive ability off-boost and better acceleration, which is especially useful for those with large turbos that only make power in the upper rev range. The smaller size of the crank pulley under-drives the power robbing accessories so that the upper end of the rev range is less burdened, while still allowing them to operate properly.
Short Shift Kits
The GFB Short Shifter is the same height as the factory shifter, it is the actual distance that the gear stick moves between gears that reduced.
Very simple to install. All of the installation is done from inside the car, without having to jack it up and crawl around underneath. Only a few basic hand tools are required, and the necessary hex keys are supplied.
The maximum throw reduction varies for different models. Early WRXs had a particularly long throw, so the maximum reduction with the GFB kit is around 50%, whilst on later models it is closer to 40%. In either case, it is possible to reduce the distance per gate to about 30mm. Whilst it can go shorter, the shifting force becomes too great for comfort, and some of the shift feel is lost.
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