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the ECS N75 valve is the EXACT same N75 as the TT225 N75 valve. Only difference being is ECS charge about ?70 and grind the VAG part number off the valve to think yoiur buying a ECS tuning part. Very sneaky. Get to the Audi dealer if you want one, appx ?42 from Audi.
 

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the one i got for my cupra was the J version from audi 034906283J, whatever car its from its still he exact same part, they just mark it up as a ECS product when they just buy them in bulk from Audi and then ECS rip people like us off!
 

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Yeah ive changed to a forge and tried several others, we have thought that it could be a cracked intercooler but some people have been suggesting this N75 valve which will be much cheaper to try first
 

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it probably wont be this but could be worth checking the DV also to see if its sticking, could do with a service perhaps. Check all hoses, cracks/loose, but yeah changing the N75 wont hurt i suppose.
 

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Quote: posted by Bazrazmataz on 28/09/2004 10:41:25

can i get the j part at vw ??

erm, im not sure. i suppose you could actually? ring um up and try with that part number i gave you. they just have it listed as "valve".
 
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