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Re: n75 J valve a bit of a mith ?
« Reply #30 on: 22 September 2011, 20:54 »
I got a j and love it

No you don't :grin:

Carbon only fit these when required by the way - not as a matter of course - of course  :wink:

Whats the requirement to fit a J then?

If the old one is past it's best and the most relevant valve to replace it with is a J.

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Re: n75 J valve a bit of a mith ?
« Reply #31 on: 22 September 2011, 20:56 »
Whats wrong with a standard current revision replacement?

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Re: n75 J valve a bit of a mith ?
« Reply #32 on: 22 September 2011, 21:27 »
Whats wrong with a standard current revision replacement?

Each to their own - what's your preference?

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Re: n75 J valve a bit of a mith ?
« Reply #33 on: 22 September 2011, 21:36 »
Whats wrong with a standard current revision replacement?

Each to their own - what's your preference?
Currently rocking a 'E' Revision.

Dont see why I should pay 3x as more for a OLDER valve than I would for the latest valve VW produce.

Since there is only 1 part that controls boost that can be modified, ie duty cycle, id much rather adjust that for more relaible boost than stick a slower valve in to create a spike in spool.

Surely there must be some reason you prefer a older valve?   Why not map the ECU to the latest, more reliable valve?

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Re: n75 J valve a bit of a mith ?
« Reply #34 on: 22 September 2011, 21:42 »
Whats wrong with a standard current revision replacement?

Each to their own - what's your preference?
Currently rocking a 'E' Revision.

Dont see why I should pay 3x as more for a OLDER valve than I would for the latest valve VW produce.

Since there is only 1 part that controls boost that can be modified, ie duty cycle, id much rather adjust that for more relaible boost than stick a slower valve in to create a spike in spool.

Surely there must be some reason you prefer a older valve?   Why not map the ECU to the latest, more reliable valve?

If you'd like to come over I'll gladly ask Nick to show you  :smiley:

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Re: n75 J valve a bit of a mith ?
« Reply #35 on: 22 September 2011, 21:47 »
I see now what your saying....  If you have a  lazy stock valve C F or E, and you have to buy one then why not upgrade to the J to give that little extra kick down low.  You not saying Bin a good valve and go with the J, just to go with the remap.  

My point was to stop members ditching a good working valve and go out an buy a new J for the sake of a little kick of power at a compromise to average power.

Now its Each to their own.

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Re: n75 J valve a bit of a mith ?
« Reply #36 on: 22 September 2011, 22:16 »
I see now what your saying....  If you have a  lazy stock valve C F or E, and you have to buy one then why not upgrade to the J to give that little extra kick down low.  You not saying Bin a good valve and go with the J, just to go with the remap.  

Nope we don't tell people to change something for the fun of it but we do find this valve compliments our remap well  :wink:


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Re: n75 J valve a bit of a mith ?
« Reply #37 on: 23 May 2015, 09:22 »
wow ive had the e valve f and the ecs race and went back to the e as made extra 8 bhp
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