PDA

View Full Version : 710p Dv



$teady$upreme
12-29-2004, 07:06 PM
ever heard of 710P dv?

this is wat i just read on the vortex:

"GO to vw or audi and get this part you won't be disapointed trust me .It is stronger than a 710n and is good as if not better than a forge set up. Came off an audi RS6 twin turbo V8(not RS4)

Part #710P = 06A145710P"

if this 710P can be compared with the aftermarket dv, i will definitely consider it. i am currently using a 710N, trying to get an aftermarket one.

Daft
12-29-2004, 07:56 PM
The 710P does exsist but, I've never seen what car it comes from:

http://www.impexfap.com/partlist.cfm?getpart=232271&PARTNUMBERSEARCH=06A%2D145%2D710%2Dp#part232271

$teady$upreme
12-29-2004, 08:25 PM
is from the RS6~


Originally posted by Daft
The 710P does exsist but, I've never seen what car it comes from:

http://www.impexfap.com/partlist.cfm?getpart=232271&PARTNUMBERSEARCH=06A%2D145%2D710%2Dp#part232271

Daft
12-29-2004, 08:50 PM
So people have been saying but, I've seen no proof. I have access to all the parts lists for every 1997-2002 Audi except the RS cars. So, I haven't seen proof that it was made for the RS6.

JMG
12-29-2004, 11:15 PM
Originally posted by Daft
So people have been saying but, I've seen no proof.

...that is why you are on a short list of people here that I truely believe knows what he/she is talking about. You are the man.

Theres too much bad info out there and i'm almost tired of correcting people and having them fight about it.

Daft
12-30-2004, 07:37 AM
If someone wants to drop the cash to buy one and test it, feel free.

I'm not sure that it would really make a difference anyhow. Unless you had a much larger turbo and/or high boost settings.

offroader1006
12-30-2004, 07:39 AM
Originally posted by JMG
...that is why you are on a short list of people here that I truely believe knows what he/she is talking about. You are the man.

Theres too much bad info out there and i'm almost tired of correcting people and having them fight about it.

i thought everything on the internet was true????

mike-2ptzero
12-30-2004, 08:09 AM
Skip it and just buy the 110 valve which is proven to work. It comes on the twin turbo Porsche. Used it on my K03 and T28 setups and never had it blow out. Just make sure you put it on the right way and it will be fine.

DDQ
12-30-2004, 08:40 AM
I had the 710G valve awhile back. I actually ordered a 710N, but they sent me the G. I called 3 differenct shops, and ECS to try to find out what the difference is. No one had an answer.

I'm pretty sure that they're all basically the same thing. However, I did notice that the G valve had a different colored rubber diaphram inside. I've also been running it for about two years with no problems, and I can hold boost around 14psi quite steadily.

Daft
12-30-2004, 08:48 AM
Originally posted by DDQ
I had the 710G valve awhile back. I actually ordered a 710N, but they sent me the G. I called 3 differenct shops, and ECS to try to find out what the difference is. No one had an answer.

I'm pretty sure that they're all basically the same thing. However, I did notice that the G valve had a different colored rubber diaphram inside. I've also been running it for about two years with no problems, and I can hold boost around 14psi quite steadily.

The G is the OEM part for the 1.8T Golf and Jetta.

DDQ
12-30-2004, 11:07 AM
Originally posted by Daft
The G is the OEM part for the 1.8T Golf and Jetta.

To be honest, I think they're all the same. The parts guy at Clair Parts Audi claimed that the G is one of the old Porche valves. I guess Porsche used a few different ones over the years that became hand-me-downs to other cars.

Either way, they all seem to work and you can get some decent mileage out of them if you install it right. And it makes diagnosing boost problems easy and cheap to trouble-shoot.

Kevin
12-30-2004, 10:54 PM
i read somehwere the 110 valve is the same as the 710N.. its just the part number bosche gives it...

aussie_s4
12-31-2004, 12:02 AM
The 710P is from the RS6 and has a slightly stronger spring that allows a higher boost to be maintained when shifting. As Daft said, it won't be noticeably different from the 710N unless you have a much larger turbo and/or high boost settings.