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Old 10-23-2008, 03:37 PM   #1
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Default adding turbo on a 2.5rs, couple questions

so I am trying to do this cheap.
I can get stock wrx exhaust, intercooler, and a sti turbo for free.

I have 02 2.5rs.

It's going to be done by a shop, so to make it cheap and simple.

I would need a exhaust pipe L shape kinda? to connect the header up to the engine bay. customize the wrx stock downpipe to fit after the turbo[plug the o2 sensor hole].

bracket for securing the turbo. does the wrx oil pan fit the 2.5rs? so I can skip the drilling the pan and tapping for oil.

for boost, I suppose I can just use a MBC to set it to 5psi and call it a day??? or dropping in the wrx fuel injectors w/ fuel pump, and install the stock wrx ECU,would it work?

I know there is a lot more to it, such as oil line/coolant line.
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Old 10-23-2008, 04:31 PM   #2
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