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Old 03-02-2015, 11:05 PM   #1
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Talking build specs and milage before needing to replace rings pistons

Hello all my names Derek I'm looking for information on how much miles people are getting out of engines I'm looking to get forged internals gtx30r 255 fuel pump 750/850 injectors and so on as much information you can give the better my goal is to have mutable maps one for dd around 350whp a more aggressive map for when I get that urge to have fun in like low to high 400s and maybe a race gas map for days. At the drag strip and race meets in my area (Albany ny) hopefully around during 450 500 whp but my ? Is how much miles are people getting off built blocks with forged internals I don't like the sound of rings needing replacement every 30 to 50k hopefully I can hear from people with my power goals that have lasted well past that 50k mark and what kinda of pistons u have used and so on thanks for any answers
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Old 03-03-2015, 12:10 AM   #2
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Hello all my names Derek I'm looking for information on how much miles people are getting out of engines I'm looking to get forged internals gtx30r 255 fuel pump 750/850 injectors and so on as much information you can give the better my goal is to have mutable maps one for dd around 350whp a more aggressive map for when I get that urge to have fun in like low to high 400s and maybe a race gas map for days. At the drag strip and race meets in my area (Albany ny) hopefully around during 450 500 whp but my ? Is how much miles are people getting off built blocks with forged internals I don't like the sound of rings needing replacement every 30 to 50k hopefully I can hear from people with my power goals that have lasted well past that 50k mark and what kinda of pistons u have used and so on thanks for any answers
about tree fitty. and what is a mutable map? do you want the ability to push a button and make the car go quiet like a stealth mode?
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Old 03-03-2015, 02:15 PM   #3
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In a sense yes using Cobb ap u can retain different maps. Now you say u had 350k on a built engine ? What kind of power and. What are your engine mods as that sounds farfetched as of now I have 103k on a stage 2 tune nothing wrong still runs great I just want more power but at the same time retain great life span
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Old 03-03-2015, 04:54 PM   #4
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Old 03-03-2015, 10:35 PM   #5
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I have already looked at a lot of what is in there and I mean you get some people talking about there milage but most are just talking about what they have don't and so on as I'm just looking for mods and mileage be for needing to replace blank and what kind of power and mods they have. As I'm stuck in the middle of 1 or 2 options build my rex to a desired power lever and receive a long life from it or purchase a 2014 gt500 shelby with 662hp 630 tq to fly wheel and keep my rex for driving in rain and other subaru friendly conditions as of now I'm leaning towards a near 700 hp stock monster that I can drive with out worries or needing to replace rings pistons and so on every 30 or 50k as the trinity motors suck gas up but are built to last. No I will definitely not receive the same handling as a rex or sti but hell when it comes to race week and highway/route 9 where is the handling anyway it's all about pulls in a line so why not spend twice what I'd put in my engine for that as have it for 15+years I love my subaru don't get me wrong and have never like ford till they produced one of the best straight line cars on the. Market is looked in to the new subaru sti not happy what so ever with the difference from the concept to there production model so as. I ask you all please give me mods power levels and life of miles on your built blocks as 8/10 thousand is a lot of money to replace something in the near future and not at 1 second am I ever bashing are beautiful awd bad a** Cas like I said I love my car is put 82k on it with no complaints just trying to get proven built life spans
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Old 03-04-2015, 07:43 PM   #6
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wow...punctuation?
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Old 03-07-2015, 03:34 AM   #7
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Revert back to basic grammer and punctuation. Not even trying to be a dick, but without even knowing you, you look like an ignant monkey. I think you should go with the GT500. Don't you like longevity?
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Old 03-07-2015, 09:41 AM   #8
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GT500 > any Subaru

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Old 03-07-2015, 10:27 PM   #9
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GT500 > any Subaru
I have a well-to-do friend who collects cars. He popped the hood on his GT500 for me -- pretty cool. Then he popped the hood on his Ferrari 599 V-12. On my god. The Mustang's engine compartment by comparison was an overdose of ugly plastic hoses and covers everywhere.

But of course a Subaru is not a Ferrari.
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Old 03-08-2015, 09:52 AM   #10
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What the hell does this have to do with proven power? This should be in the general area
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^ I second that
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Move the thread!
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