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Update : Fitted 710N valve & N75J valve!!!

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by J7USS, Mar 17, 2007.

  1. J7USS

    J7USS Shuddup Foooool!!

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    I replaced mine for the revised J Valve, its situated right near your Diverter valve.
    Yeah the 710N valve is from the TT, they supposed to be abit stronger.
    When I took mine off, I actually already had the N edition but must have been weak.
     
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  3. jase0851

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    ive got a hyperboost hx diverter valve which is aluminium with a piston, forge dv,s are ali aswell. apr are good but its up 2 u scots really the tt 710 n is a cheaper option
     
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    J7USS Shuddup Foooool!!

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    Yeah thats why I changed mine, I still think It got weak over the time it was on so fitted the Hyper
     
  5. evilscotsman

    evilscotsman Space Cowboy

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    ok thats good enough for me guys :)
     
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    at last i have bought one of the clutch switch,s and ill fit it on monday :) £12 delivered from doncaster audi
     
  7. J7USS

    J7USS Shuddup Foooool!!

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    Bloody ell Jase, You took your time!lol... £12, I need one for my Blue one, got a link or owt?? My stealers are charging £27 now!!!
     
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    Are the N75J and 710 only relevant to petrol cars? Anyone know of similiar options for the diesel lot or if it's not worthwhile at all?
     
  10. Ronniebiggs

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    Two questions J7USS?

    Do you have a link to the N75J valve from Vagparts. Been searching and cant find the damn site. Might be me! but getting fed up. Probably submit this reply and find it!:uhm:

    Is it possible that the spring in my Forge DV is not stiff enough? If I rev the car and keep it at the same revs approx 5K then you can here the valve dumping without depressing the clutch!:wtf:

    Whenh I read through this thread I read that someone had replaced the spring in it to a stiffer spring. I knew you could do this but didnt think I would have to.

    Dont forget my car is chipped, not sure of the boost have no gauge.

    Thanks Mate
    Andy
     
  11. J7USS

    J7USS Shuddup Foooool!!

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    Andy, Vagparts stopped trading due to the crappy euro etc last year but Ill dig out a link for another place that sells them if I can find it.

    ...thats why you cant find it mate, lol!!

    Its a shame because they were real cheap aswell.
     
  12. Ronniebiggs

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    LOL:nyah:

    Thats why I cant find it!

    Thanks J7USS it would be a great help if you could. I think my car is a similar setup to yours so Im hoping the N75 valve will do me some good too.

    It was a mod I was looking at a while back and I read all the threads but each time got scared off. Im glad you did it and reported what you found. Its been a nudge in the right direction for me.

    Please let me know how you gauge fitting goes as well. I really need a gauge myslef and dont want to have to spend the money they want on the net for the fitted gauge.

    Andy:arco:
     

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