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Old 12-25-2008, 01:46 PM   #1
Audiosavvy
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Default Official 2.0 Big Turbo log (600+ CFM)

I know that in the past we've had a few random 'big turbo 2.0' threads, but after searching I can't find much of substance. So I'm starting this Official thread, and if anyone finds some of the past threads, I will gladly put a link to them in this post. We close threads like this often saying 'Search N00b! ' but after my own searchage, I realized that maybe that's not so helpful as it could be, so here it is .

I know 600CFM is not exactly massive, but it's a good starting point on the little baby 2.0.

EJ207s are MORE than welcome here. It would be blaspheme to keep out the best 2.0 Subaru has to offer (if not to us here in Amurrica ).

1. Exact motor
2. Internal work, if any
3. If you post numbers, please include a graph if possible. And since I'm a number-nazi, also post the type of dyno, the fuel used, and the elevation. Do NOT just come in and say 'My FP Green makes 734whp' or your post WILL be edited/deleted . I'm sick of seeing misleading whp numbers with no reference point to make an accurate comparison.
4. If possible, post up at LEAST trap speeds in the 1/4 mile if you have any, as it's probably the most accurate way to gauge real power.
5. Also, if possible, post your impressions of your current setup vs. anything smaller, so people have an idea what to expect in terms of driveability, etc...


Oh, and Merry Christmas

Brandon




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Last edited by Audiosavvy; 12-27-2008 at 11:56 AM.
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