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Old 01-01-2009, 11:07 PM   #101
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As OppositeLock mentioned, Xdrian's car is FAR from the norm, and does things your stock EJ205 will never do. Sorry.
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Old 01-01-2009, 11:39 PM   #102
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oppositelock,

full ej257 to me is all the wiring included....

my bad on the 18g though, i didnt realize it was a td06.
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Old 01-01-2009, 11:55 PM   #103
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I'm looking at getting a 20g for my 04 wrx, the only thing holding me back is my 680cc injectors. Will they be enough to feed a 20g with a 92 and 110 map?
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Old 01-01-2009, 11:59 PM   #104
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Are you tuning it yourself or bringing it to someone? If you arent tuning yourself, go w/ what your tuner reccomends

if you're tuning it yourself, id go as big as possible
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Old 01-02-2009, 12:30 AM   #105
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Going to a tuner here in MN, Ron @ RS Motors is my first pick.
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Old 01-02-2009, 01:59 AM   #106
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i got the correct injectors. waiting to get tuned on the 10th..
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Old 01-02-2009, 05:33 AM   #107
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im getting tuned sometime this next week...........
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Old 01-02-2009, 08:35 AM   #108
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i dont know if he still gets on but i'll go ahead and post his setup since it's the main reason why i got a gt3076R
This is my co-worker's car. It put down 370whp on 93 octane, 477whp on VP import. This was a stock internal EJ205 with stock camshafts, TXS rotated mount kit, TXS exhaust, UTEC (tuned in speed density), etc. For reference, this was tuned by Jermaine at TXS on their dynapack, where a stock wrx would read about ~165whp.



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Old 01-02-2009, 02:28 PM   #109
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^^^Holy crap.....................

I'm going HTA green and 75% meth........hopefully the 205 lasts until i finish building this other block.
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Old 01-02-2009, 02:38 PM   #110
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Where are you guys getting your big turbos for a decent price? I want to get an 18G or 20G but there like 1100.00 new I just spent 5000.00 on my PPGs and cant afford another 1000.00 for just a turbo
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Old 01-02-2009, 03:04 PM   #111
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Look in the classifieds, theres always somebody selling a green for 800-900. Im still recovering from my ppg too and that was 2 years ago, haha
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Old 01-02-2009, 03:19 PM   #112
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I cant believe ppg's are friggin 5grand..same with the 6MT sti swap, soo ridiculously over priced. and ive heard quite a few stories of ppgs breaking

Thats one of the reasons subarus are slow!
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Old 01-02-2009, 03:26 PM   #113
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This is my co-worker's car. It put down 370whp on 93 octane, 477whp on VP import. This was a stock internal EJ205 with stock camshafts, TXS rotated mount kit, TXS exhaust, UTEC (tuned in speed density), etc. For reference, this was tuned by Jermaine at TXS on their dynapack, where a stock wrx would read about ~165whp.



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Holy shi* that's the kind of power I am lookin for on this stock 205
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Old 01-02-2009, 04:18 PM   #114
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oppositelock,

full ej257 to me is all the wiring included....

my bad on the 18g though, i didnt realize it was a td06.
Ah gotcha, I interpret full as oil pan to the top of the heads. You could still run a similar 16g, but to be close it would have to be a custom E3 06-8cm though.

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Thats one of the reasons subarus are slow!
You love riling these guys up huh?


Anybody have any idea what a stock EVO IX TD05HR-16G6C-10.5T flows?
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Old 01-02-2009, 04:31 PM   #115
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I cant believe ppg's are friggin 5grand..same with the 6MT sti swap, soo ridiculously over priced. and ive heard quite a few stories of ppgs breaking

Thats one of the reasons subarus are slow!
Don't say that!!!!
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Old 01-02-2009, 04:54 PM   #116
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Don't say that!!!!
Most of the failures aren't due to the PPG's but due to the weak 5 sp case itself.
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Old 01-02-2009, 05:06 PM   #117
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1. Ej205
2. Absolutely no internal work
3. 351 hp and 335 tq on a correct reading DynoJet. 93 oct with 100% methanol injection using a M10 nozzle. Elevation is around 1050 ft.


4. Used to run 11.7 @ 122 mph on the old 5 spd. Upgraded to EWG, ELH, and fixed some other quirks to net 11.6 @124 mph with a 2007 6 spd.

5. Car is very driveable. It spools readily and when it hits 3800 rpms it starts ripping. Builds boost early and holds power well. I simply love the power band this car makes on the street.
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Old 01-02-2009, 05:38 PM   #118
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1. Ej205
2. Absolutely no internal work
3. 351 hp and 335 tq on a correct reading DynoJet. 93 oct with 100% methanol injection using a M10 nozzle. Elevation is around 1050 ft.


4. Used to run 11.7 @ 122 mph on the old 5 spd. Upgraded to EWG, ELH, and fixed some other quirks to net 11.6 @124 mph with a 2007 6 spd.

5. Car is very driveable. It spools readily and when it hits 3800 rpms it starts ripping. Builds boost early and holds power well. I simply love the power band this car makes on the street.
what turbo? GG on the driving.
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Old 01-03-2009, 03:33 AM   #119
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Old 01-03-2009, 06:21 PM   #120
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When going big turbo, what supporting mods do the "big" turbo people consider to be essential or a must. I don't mean the obvious like a tune, injectors, and turbo back. I'm wondering about tgv deletes, headers, meth, and EWG. I understand that they all go hand and hand, but what if one is low on funds and only does headers and EWG and skips the tgv deletes and meth for now? How limiting will skipping some of these mods be on a big turbo set up?
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When going big turbo, what supporting mods do the "big" turbo people consider to be essential or a must. I don't mean the obvious like a tune, injectors, and turbo back. I'm wondering about tgv deletes, headers, meth, and EWG. I understand that they all go hand and hand, but what if one is low on funds and only does headers and EWG and skips the tgv deletes and meth for now? How limiting will skipping some of these mods be on a big turbo set up?
good question
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When going big turbo, what supporting mods do the "big" turbo people consider to be essential or a must. I don't mean the obvious like a tune, injectors, and turbo back. I'm wondering about tgv deletes, headers, meth, and EWG. I understand that they all go hand and hand, but what if one is low on funds and only does headers and EWG and skips the tgv deletes and meth for now? How limiting will skipping some of these mods be on a big turbo set up?

It's all a matter of preference, goals, and budget. There's no exact answer to that question. There are so many factors that go into each of them that it really is ALL subjective.

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Those are what I would consider the VERY BASICS of a solid turbo upgrade. But beyond that... like I said- preference/goals/budget
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It's all a matter of preference, goals, and budget. There's no exact answer to that question. There are so many factors that go into each of them that it really is ALL subjective.

TBE
Boost controller
Intake
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Uppipe
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Professional tune

Those are what I would consider the VERY BASICS of a solid turbo upgrade. But beyond that... like I said- preference/goals/budget
that didnt answer his question directly
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Old 01-03-2009, 09:51 PM   #124
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I understand that they all go hand and hand, but what if one is low on funds and only does headers and EWG and skips the tgv deletes and meth for now? How limiting will skipping some of these mods be on a big turbo set up?
My opinion is that headers are waste of money on the 2.0L, a set of nicely ported/polished manifolds(w/ aftermarket crosspipe) are a much better cost effective option.

As far as EWG goes, it depends on a few things. How restrictive the exhaust housing is on the particular turbo you are running is? And whether or not you can stand the noise from a vent to atmosphere EWG. My opinion is a EWG should be used at the very last step of a larger turbo setup, my TD05H was only a bit of a restriction on a 2.0L when used with a 20G compressor. IMHO, a turbo much smaller than that will not benefit much from a EWG.

There's alot of risk that goes along with meth, there's additional maintenance that goes along with running meth(keeping tank full, more often spark plug changes, etc). Its a good bang for the buck when tuned properly, but not w/o risks.

The TGV deletes was one of the things that I never did. I never saw a noticeable improvement on moderately powered subarus to swap them out. My car was making plenty of power the mods that I had.
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Thankyou for the replies everyone

As stated by Audiosavvy these are the basic modifications i was referring to although i did not list them all.

TBE
Boost controller
Intake
Larger intercooler
Uppipe
Turbo
Injectors
Fuel pump
Professional tune



Thank you testes1010 your post was very helpful

Is anyone out there with a "big" turbo running a stock intake?
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