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View Poll Results: What should I do next?
Continue with Meth Kit 14 21.88%
Intercooler Spray 2 3.13%
Screw the 2.5iT, swap it for a WRX or STI (Or motor swap) 39 60.94%
Nothing, anything further is going to push the internals too far 9 14.06%
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Old 04-09-2013, 12:34 PM   #126
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At minimum you are going to need guage(s) fuel pump, and injectors. After tune and install be prepared for this to run a good bit over 4k. From what I have seen reliability has not yet been affected by people boosting their 2.5i around 5-7 psi. Some of these vehicles have been boosted for a few years now.
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Old 04-15-2013, 11:16 PM   #127
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I am already Installing new crankshaft/Forged Pistons/Forged rods/ACL Bearings. Already ordered parts just getting ready to replace the whole rotating assembly when parts get here. I am not planning on ever running more than 10 P.S.I. I Figured with the AVO Turbo Kit and fuel system upgrade I would have about $4,100-$4,200 just wanted to see if I was close.
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Old 04-16-2013, 11:20 PM   #128
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At minimum you are going to need guage(s) fuel pump, and injectors. After tune and install be prepared for this to run a good bit over 4k. From what I have seen reliability has not yet been affected by people boosting their 2.5i around 5-7 psi. Some of these vehicles have been boosted for a few years now.
I'm wondering if better CAM profile has anything to do with this as well as better Head gaskets etc.
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Old 04-17-2013, 12:17 AM   #129
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^ well it certainly wouldnt hurt. What i said is just at a minimum
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Old 04-17-2013, 09:08 PM   #130
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I'd highly recommend delta 1500s. They respond extremely well to boost.
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Old 08-03-2013, 02:06 AM   #131
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My name is Ryan and I hope you can get back to me asap. I have been looking for a nice car to buy and I came across a 2008 impreza with a turbo kit. While doing research to see if it is safe to turbo a stock impreza, I came across your thread and it turns out its your old impreza im looking at buying in sarasota, fl. Kind of coincidental. Just wondering if this is a good car to buy and if will last relatively long. Please contact me asap it would really help me out! Thanks. Email me at ryansemail14@aol.com
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Old 08-07-2013, 10:06 PM   #132
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Ahhhhh I remember the days when I had a 2008 2.5i.......then I bought a wrx. I enquired about the same exact thing.....and got the response "buy a wrx" about a million times. Now that I own one I see why. Although a turbo'd N/A would be cool. Total sleeper. Keep us up to date with this build. Curious to see what I missed out on.
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