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the n75j just allows the wastegate of the turbo to be opened for longer. therefore in theory giving you an extra few psi of boost. i tried the h valve with my revo chip and it was poo poo. you don`t fit them in reverse, its the plug connector that faces rearwards instead of forwards.

who are ccc tech anyway?
 

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Quote: posted by cat on 10/01/2005 00:05:37

I have my golf Upsoluted and I have the N75J valve fitted in reverse. The valve controls the wastegate and spools the turbo up earlier than it would with the standard valve. I fitted it in reverse because it seems to work better that way, it brings the boost in earlier and holds it on for longer. Fitting this valve will give you slightly more power in your car as you are getting the boost earlier.

Best thing to do is put it in the right way, go for a drive, then take it out and put it in reverse and go for a drive again. See if you notice a differnce in reverse. Different engine codes give slightly different results with wee things like this.

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think i`m confusing myself a bit now. what do you mean by reverse??? as in the wastegate bit swapped with the intake bit??
 

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Quote: posted by pope1 on 10/01/2005 22:55:13

I think it's very misleading to talk about connecting a n75 in reverse especially as some people do actually have their DVs connected in reverse which is a completely different thing.

AFAIK the long pipe of the n75 ALWAYS points downwards and fits into the turbo intake hose regardless of which n75 you have. The electrical connector for the n75j faces the firewall where as the other n75 variants have the connector facing the front of the car.

job done, put it in normal but clip the plug in the other way. (however my n75h is the right way )
 
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