difference in N75 valve's

carlos200

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as above really, been told there is different version's of the n75? how would i know what one to get as a replacement or which one is best to get?
 

p34ch3y

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i want to know more about this race n75 valve from ttroad sport........its not ament to have the nasty efects like the n75J dos to a non std car
 

p34ch3y

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dam i realy need to get one, i dont know what it would be like on my stage2 custom jabba map....you had any issues m8?
 

-pseudonymous-

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I've run a J variant for over a year now with no problems on revo stage 2, as have others on here. Saying that with a jabba or CC map you would be best getting the map tweaked to suite the new valve.
 

Dan Cupra R

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Ive just ordered one of these race valves for my car. Im gonna stick it on next week when I get my new clutch and flywheel fitted. I'll let you know my thoughts
 

p34ch3y

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Ive just ordered one of these race valves for my car. Im gonna stick it on next week when I get my new clutch and flywheel fitted. I'll let you know my thoughts

yea if you would please id defo like to know, keep me updated

where did you get yours from?
 

-pseudonymous-

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Don't expect too much, all it does is alter the boost curve slightly. It will just spike a bit higher and hold the boost slightly longer and feel a little less flat.
 

Simon L

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The J brings in the boost earlier.

The C & F are variants of each other and are smoother.

I found the J to be much better!!!
 
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