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Old 12-15-2012, 08:38 PM   #26
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This pretty much sums up everything you would want to replace for best reliability at stage 2.

Are they all necessary? No. Your BPV and IC might hold the boost just fine with no leaks ... it's really hit or miss whether they leak or not. Also as Hinshaw later pointed out, your injectors will pretty much be maxed out at stage 2 .. so they are worth a look as well.

I personally do all of those above mods on my stage 2 cars, and I do not go stage 2 until I have them all ready to go. Some will say that is overkill and a waste, but I have never had any of my WRX's blow up on me.
Injectors and fuel pump will probably be purchased when I get an aftermarket tmic. Thanks for the info !
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Old 01-21-2013, 03:42 AM   #27
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Just got my custom tune on Friday @ Cobb SoCal. 307/320 were the final numbers with an ambient temp of 72f on a mustang dyno. I ended up getting the Cobb ebcs as well.

Mods include Cobb ap/dp/sf intake/ebcs with nameless muffler deletes.

Stock injectors/pump and tmic.

I am still getting some boost creep under high load or cold ambient temps @ wot. Future plans are probably gonna be upgraded tmic and a ewg to eliminate the creep along with a retune.

I think with the new tmic and ewg, that would be a very solid stage two set up.
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Old 01-21-2013, 06:48 AM   #28
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Nice numbers. Out of curiousity, did Cobb tell you what your IDC was at once you were tuned?
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Old 01-21-2013, 11:23 AM   #29
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Nice numbers. Out of curiousity, did Cobb tell you what your IDC was at once you were tuned?
Thanks! They didn't give give me that info but I can run a data log to see where it is at.
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