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Old 10-05-2012, 05:20 PM   #17
Rizzo314
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Join Date: Aug 2003
Chapter/Region: MWSOC
Location: Indianapolis
Vehicle:
2002 WRX being built
and going for 10s :evil:

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Originally Posted by CarverSnell View Post
I knew I've seen this somewhere before!
http://youtu.be/e7tD9DQqLLw
Yep, that's me, haha.

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Originally Posted by xluben View Post
Is it fast?

This turbo seems like an intriguing choice. I'm very curious to see how the powerband looks.
I'm hoping it will be.

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Originally Posted by Zee Biker View Post
Stock 207 heads or cammed/chamber matched?
They have mild port work with Ferrea valves, springs, retainers, etc. Stock JDM cams, and they are chamber matched.

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Originally Posted by bjohnson_55 View Post
Stock cams, I'm not sure about chamber matched. Nick can answer that.
It spools very well though.
What he said. It spools very nicely, and we're guessing it may even see full boost before or around 4000 rpm.

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Originally Posted by Jive Turkey View Post
love the plates, i love the exhaust idea you did. its always nice to see things you've never seen before. keep it up!
I have had the idea to do the exhaust this way for a long time now, but never got around to finishing it. The stock muffler is flanged, and I also have a Dynomax muffler that I can bolt on in it's place. It's amazing the stuff you can finally get done when you have a welder in your garage, haha.

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Originally Posted by 07imprezRS View Post
Looks awesome with the carbon RS hood as oppose to the other you had on the second vid. Sounds great 2. Curious about the numbers you'll put down as well.
Yea, the other hood came on the car when I bought it. I wasn't a huge fan and was happy to replace it with the RS hood.

I have an idea of the numbers I would like to see, but ultimately it will put down what it puts down. A local guy has an STi with a similar setup, but is running a 35r. He recently put down 601/534 at P&L. The 6262 sees more power per psi, so I should realistically be able to see about the same numbers. Although, with as long as I have been working on this thing, I would be happy with anything North of 400whp.
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