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grip_racer
09-28-2007, 08:10 PM
Hey guys, Im in the process of installing a Baileys DV

Here is some backstory:

I bought my car with a Neuspeed chip that the previous owner installed. It was a moderate chip that increased performance to fun levels. Within a few months of ownership, I decided to get a GIAC, hearing that they were much more aggressive. They are -- they make the car a blast to drive.

However, I got the infamous honking DV soon after installation. GG new boost levels.

Long story short, I bought a Baileys and tried to install it tonight (my vac line ripped, whoops, Mr. Bailey was too big for that slut.) and to my surprise when I took out the old honker, I found that it was a 710N. The previous owner put it in when he chipped it and forgot to tell me.

So, 710Ns are silly. Only use them in a jam of no money. I mean yeah it was probably in there for awhile, I know some of you will argue that. Still, temporary fix ONLY.



ANYWAY, anything else I should do while my car is up and slightly disassembled on the intake side? N75 Race perhaps??

.Mad Hatter.
09-28-2007, 08:14 PM
yes get an ecs n75 race....great purchase

grip_racer
09-28-2007, 08:47 PM
yes get an ecs n75 race....great purchase

yeah im seriously considering it. what year b5 do you have and how much fun is the valve?

burner799
09-29-2007, 12:27 AM
My stock dv was holding fine until i broke it myself by accident. My 710n (knock on wood) is doing superb at the moment. Been chipped for like 25k miles....

SoFresh
09-29-2007, 12:38 AM
my 710n worked great, and never had any issues, and they are alot cheaper as well since you can pick them up new for less than $35....

there have been tests done, and most prefer the 710n over aftermarket...

ShawFM
09-29-2007, 08:00 AM
I had my 710n in while chipped for about 15k miles. Thought it was bad and bought a bosch 110 replacement. I then tested the 710n it was fine.
I just left the 110 in as that was the MTM recommendation. From Saab Viggen, Porsche Turbo and others.

buck
09-29-2007, 08:54 AM
710N is a good part. I've had one go on me, but you can buy what - five of them for the price of one aftermarket one?

Starting
09-29-2007, 09:12 AM
710n worked with my t28 setup better then a forge 007

giorgos_B5c
09-29-2007, 09:42 AM
I had my 710N for 2 months on 0.8 bars....Worked ok....Chipped the car and ran 1.3 bars...The car worked fine for 2 days....After that time 0.9 bars...I'm like wtf?Started testing the maf,was ok...The n75,was ok...So i thought i had a boost leak somewhere in the pipes...Everyone kept telling me check the dv,and i was like no way the dv is brand new and it's an 710N...Couldn't find any leaks,and a night,I was very angry,so went outside and changed the 710N with my old stock,and there!!!That was my problem!!So,no love for the 710N here..

I should mention that i never drive my car normally,every second of driving it is like i am on the track....Maybe that was the reason....