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Old 11-16-2012, 08:55 PM   #826
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Customer just brought a set of these in - I am very impressed with the design and quality of construction. I look forward to installing them

and yes, it just so happens that our "name of business" is similar lol!
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Old 11-18-2012, 02:44 PM   #827
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Customer just brought a set of these in - I am very impressed with the design and quality of construction. I look forward to installing them

and yes, it just so happens that our "name of business" is similar lol!
Man, that is funny. I thin both you and the MAW we know need to do great work so that no matter which someone is talking about the reviews are always good.

Guys who have not made final payment - I'm pretty caught up to the list, and need for you to make the final payment.
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Old 11-20-2012, 11:37 PM   #828
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I'm #95. On the list. Final payment, and a couple other things I called in and ordered and paid for today. thanks guys! Please do another high quality product group buy!
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Old 11-21-2012, 11:54 PM   #829
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Talking TGV group buy

can i order them from u with a dw300 for 02-07 wrx .or but me on the list
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Old 11-21-2012, 11:55 PM   #830
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can i order them from u with a dw300 for 02-07 wrx .or but me on the list please email me at dirtysock11@hotmail.com
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Old 11-22-2012, 08:08 PM   #831
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Alright, so I got mine a while back, decided to put them on over the weekend, knowing that I'd need to get home (380 mile drive) for thanksgiving... got everything back together monday, drove it around a bit, and the tuesday... nothing. ECU seems to lose power/short/something every time the key is turned to 'on'. Could this be caused by the bad grounds? I'll move the ground as described when I get back up there, hopefully that will solve my issue...

I will say, it went together pretty well. I did notice that the inner bolts holding the intake mani to the TGVs do not line up on my car, so I didn't put those in at all. Still a plenty tight seal, so I'm not worried about that.

Also, don't be like me! Remember that you DO have to re-bolt down the tgvs to the heads when you loosen them up, or else your car will do nothing but rev :P
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Old 11-23-2012, 02:51 PM   #832
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Went to do my install this morning on my 02 WRX, the bolt holes don't line up!? either side. This is what it looks like with 2 bolts in...


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Old 11-23-2012, 03:14 PM   #833
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^- this is what I was describing. Out of the 6 bolts, put in the 4 on the outside, and leave the two inner ones (one of which you've put in already) out.

TiC: any reason for this? did the bolt pattern change slightly somewhere?
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Old 11-23-2012, 03:30 PM   #834
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^- this is what I was describing. Out of the 6 bolts, put in the 4 on the outside, and leave the two inner ones (one of which you've put in already) out.

TiC: any reason for this? did the bolt pattern change slightly somewhere?
It looks very much like a dimensional error. They are equally off when you just put the outside ones on. There should be no changes in manifold dimension I am aware of. I guess i will do what you did, 4 bolts in and cross my fingers. Seeing the surface area of the o-rings is small it shouldn't take much to seal them.
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Old 11-23-2012, 04:18 PM   #835
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Oh man, i have a 2003 and in middle of build so mine wont be installed till new year. Im interested in what TIC has to say......
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Old 11-23-2012, 04:27 PM   #836
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This is the response.
"it is know that on some models the manifold needs to be slotted to fit the tgv's. *They were designed to fit the largest number of cars without modification knowing that some would have to slot the manifold. It is a simple procedure that can be done in a few minutes by slotting the holes with a die grinder or cutting the holes into slots."

If its known, why isn't it in the procedures? I read nothing of this in the R&D threads either. If the info says bolts to 02-07 WRX, it should bolt to 02-07 wrx's right? I don't have a die grinder or drill press handy where I am working on my car and now the down time is effecting my schedule. I would have made proper plans had I known.

I guess i have to slot the TGV's to match the headbolt holes too? Those don't look line up either right now.

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Old 11-23-2012, 06:20 PM   #837
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When I swapped jdm tgv's from my old wrx to my new Sti I had to dremel out one side of the intake mani inside holes. Made no sense. Called PIA in Tacoma wa and that what they said is what had to be done. Just my .02
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Old 11-24-2012, 08:36 AM   #838
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Went to do my install this morning on my 02 WRX, the bolt holes don't line up!? either side. This is what it looks like with 2 bolts in...

TIC has been saying you would have to do this since day one. Look back at their original posts. They even sent me an email reminding me I would have to slot the center holes. Just because some people didn't heed warnings isn't a reason to be upset.
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Old 11-24-2012, 11:18 AM   #839
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This is the response.
"it is know that on some models the manifold needs to be slotted to fit the tgv's. *They were designed to fit the largest number of cars without modification knowing that some would have to slot the manifold. It is a simple procedure that can be done in a few minutes by slotting the holes with a die grinder or cutting the holes into slots."

If its known, why isn't it in the procedures? I read nothing of this in the R&D threads either. If the info says bolts to 02-07 WRX, it should bolt to 02-07 wrx's right? I don't have a die grinder or drill press handy where I am working on my car and now the down time is effecting my schedule. I would have made proper plans had I known.

I guess i have to slot the TGV's to match the headbolt holes too? Those don't look line up either right now.
Slot the center holes. A rat tail file works well for this.

Do not tighten the bolts until you have started a few threads for each onesies you can adjust things as you need.
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Old 11-24-2012, 07:37 PM   #840
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TIC has been saying you would have to do this since day one. Look back at their original posts. They even sent me an email reminding me I would have to slot the center holes. Just because some people didn't heed warnings isn't a reason to be upset.

The only slotting reference I found was for doing a side feed conversion on an 04 STI post # 21 I did get an email reply when I brought up the problem with my 05 WRX. While it's not a big deal, it can be quite annoying when you are all ready to bolt up this great addition and oops it's a no go. I had a friend mill out the holes as I want to use all the bolts holding the intake. I feel that up til now TIC has had really great communication thru this whole process.

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Old 11-25-2012, 12:31 AM   #841
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The only slotting reference I found was for doing a side feed conversion on an 04 STI post # 21 I did get an email reply when I brought up the problem with my 05 WRX. While it's not a big deal, it can be quite annoying when you are all ready to bolt up this great addition and oops it's a no go. I had a friend mill out the holes as I want to use all the bolts holding the intake. I feel that up til now TIC has had really great communication thru this whole process.
I feel the pain of issues like that. They did tell me from day 1 there would need to be some modifications on the STi.
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Old 11-27-2012, 06:37 PM   #842
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Sorry if I missed it but I didn't see much information on how to address the CEL codes that this will throw. So once installed the car will go into limp mode until we're able to take it to a tuner? What about on an existing stage 2 tune? Just want to clear this up before i purchase, thanks.
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Old 11-27-2012, 06:44 PM   #843
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You should just be able to disable the CEL for the tumblers, TGV. I'm assuming ur not using OS or another version of tuning software?
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Old 11-27-2012, 06:53 PM   #844
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You should just be able to disable the CEL for the tumblers, TGV. I'm assuming ur not using OS or another version of tuning software?
OS? I'm using Cobb AP. Is that something I can do myself through the AP?
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Old 11-27-2012, 07:02 PM   #845
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OS? I'm using Cobb AP. Is that something I can do myself through the AP?
Open Source allows you to load ur ecu rom and edit it like disable CELs. I believe with AP, a certified tech has to do it
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Old 11-27-2012, 08:30 PM   #846
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no you can use the tuner software that you download from cobb to turn off these codes, or email your tuner and ask him to send you a map.

all this info stating you need a tuning solution was in the first post.
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Hey Guys -

I'm going to let the cat out of the bag on this one. We are working on some APv2 stage 2 maps to work in conjunction with the MAW products.

I do not have a time frame on this, but we are working it. As for now I have kept all your paperwork in a separate pile for this.

Here is the plan - if you order an MAW product you will get a free cobb stage 2 map for that product, but only for that product.

So, if you buy the TGV's you'll be able to submit your info to us and we send you a cobb stage 2 map to address the TGV setup.

If you buy an EBCS from us you'll be able to submit your info to us so we send you a cobb stage 2 map to address the EBCS.

Later on if you buy a MAW intake (oh, did I just mention that), you'll get a map for that.

Now, you only get one freebie per product, and the map is specific to that product.

From there we will be putting together combo maps which you'll be able to purchase for a reasonable price. (so if you end up with TGV, EBCS and intake you'll be able to get a good map from the get-go for all those things)

Now, these will be locked maps and tied to the serial number on your AP so you'll have to do the register to get it.

The funny thing about these maps is that they will also work for a normal old-school TGV delete or any of the other EBCS out there that use the same Mac valve that MAW uses (which is pretty much everyone). For those guys who did not purchase the MAW products or those guys who purchase on the secondary market we will make these maps available to purchase also at a reasonable price. (I'm mentioning this for the guys who come across this thread 3 months from now).

Right now we are finalizing and fine tuning maps, working through the submittal process, and then I need to create a submittal page.

Once we go live you'll plug in who you are, what car you have, what your product is, and you're AP serial number. From there we send you in a reasonable time frame (2-3 business days) a map via email.

That should help make life easier for you guys.
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Old 11-28-2012, 04:34 AM   #848
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When only TGVs be up for sale on your website?, seems there is a preproduction run but must buy a DW pump?
On a Forester XT Topfeed do I have to slot the center holes in manifold?
Is it possible to use the stock bolts or must use new hardware?
Gaskets do I need the TGV to manifold ones or the o-rings cover that? How about TGV to head gaskets?

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Old 11-28-2012, 08:42 AM   #849
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When only TGVs be up for sale on your website?, seems there is a preproduction run but must buy a DW pump?
On a Forester XT Topfeed do I have to slot the center holes in manifold?
Is it possible to use the stock bolts or must use new hardware?
Gaskets do I need the TGV to manifold ones or the o-rings cover that? How about TGV to head gaskets?
pre-production sale is up until 12/3. you do NOT need to buy the pump. Here's the link:
http://turninconcepts.com/product_in...oducts_id=1245

depends on the year XT, but you may have too.

stock bolts work fine.

o-rings replace the gaskets. if you have a metal intake manifold you get the tgv for the metal intake manifold. if you have a plastic manifold get teh tgv for the plastic manifold. if you order the correct part for your car then you do not need to worry about gaskets.
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