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Old 12-22-2012, 03:32 AM   #9
granny
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Join Date: May 2011
Chapter/Region: SWIC
Location: Avondale, Arizona
Vehicle:
1997 LEGASTi Wagon
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Originally Posted by kpluiten View Post
Of tuned properly, a front mount will not introduce an appreciable amount of lag into your system. The throttle response is what most people wrongly attribute to lag and that is fairly minor. Again, proper tuning helps. Don't get a stupidly huge front mount and run 3.5 inch pipes and you'll be fine.

If you're going to shoot holes in all advice given, don't bother asking.

Also, how is your motor build built for no lag?
Easy there. Unlike a lot of people on nasioc I love to listen and learn. How I do so is to see it from all views which is done by me telling you more of my situation. I am open to e85 but no one has told be why its better than meth. For most people looking for a bigger intercooler for a car rarely raced that they want to buy a kit and hand it to a shop to install I would tell them fmic too. It would be a waist of money. V-mount kits are way over priced. But for someone willing to piece together a kit for a car that will be auto-x every week then I would say V-mount. Very sorry for the confusion, I am not trying to be a jerk because I do really want to hear everyones opinion.

As for my build I'm doing now. I'm collecting all my parts now but here is my set up I'm building. Simple but affective.

Ej257 block
CP pistons
EJ251 heads
Flipped wrx intake manifold ported to match heads
Wrx stock headers ported to match heads with grimmspeed cross pipe
Perrin rotated gtx3076r turbo kit
link standalone with antilag
along with a few other goodies that I would like to keep secret.

I see your profile says built not bought, have a build thread?
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Last edited by granny; 12-22-2012 at 03:39 AM.
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