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For what purpose? There is some debate on the Forge vs. Billet vs. OEM 710s differences. On one hand there is theory that the OEM's can fall apart with modified cars. On the other hand some of the billet's require maintenance...so pick your poison. As far as an F-hose...what other mod's are you running?

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Thanks for the response. Running silicone intercooler hoses, free flow filter, tuned/ported headers, 200 cell cat w/free flow racing exhaust, NO change in the ECU, but that may come later. Read that Forge DV's would outperform and outlast stock.

Thanks

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Dont need them unless your modified. Ive never heard of the stock units failing on a stock car. Theres myth, sort of like seeing bigfoot , that they need to be replaced. Its mainly bs to sell parts.

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Dont need them unless your modified. Ive never heard of the stock units failing on a stock car. Theres myth, sort of like seeing bigfoot , that they need to be replaced. Its mainly bs to sell parts.

Actually I've seen a picture of one that went bad....and the remnants went into the turbos...not good. But as I already posted there are stories on both sides.

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over the years i have replaced plenty of faulty OEM DV valves on both tuned and stock turbo models. usually cause a air injection fault.

the billet ones are usually pretty solid but can wear out or require some lube occasionally. i would reccomend these on a tuned car...

my .02 cents

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