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Old 08-08-2012, 10:30 PM   #1
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Default Rotated Turbo TMIC 2011 WRX?

Hopefully I put this in the right place but I am looking for some direction (whether it be advice or a link) to this exact matter.

I really like my PW TMIC and don't wanna waste the 1k I spent on it while also keeping the car looking stock from the outside (no FMIC). I'd eventually like to run either a 30r or a 35r but I don't know if I have enough space. I do definitely plan on a built motor which, right now, has unlimited possibilities. I just want to KEEP the TMIC!

Anyone know much on this?

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Old 08-08-2012, 11:32 PM   #2
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I run a stock location ATP GTX3071 on my 05 WRX with a Process West TMIC. I'm not sure if you can do with yours.
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Old 08-09-2012, 12:06 AM   #3
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P&L and AMS both offer true rotated kits that fit TMIC stuff. I believe the MPS kit that HAS NOT been released yet is supposed to keep TMIC as an option as well.

ETS could/would likely make something happen for you as well if you got a hold of them...
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Old 08-09-2012, 06:23 PM   #4
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I run a stock location ATP GTX3071 on my 05 WRX with a Process West TMIC. I'm not sure if you can do with yours.
I can't imagine there's too much of a difference in space in the engine compartment and, it seems PW has a very well thought out setup for their TMIC (other hose options if you need them) so, I'm hoping that holds true!


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P&L and AMS both offer true rotated kits that fit TMIC stuff. I believe the MPS kit that HAS NOT been released yet is supposed to keep TMIC as an option as well.

ETS could/would likely make something happen for you as well if you got a hold of them...
My biggest concern is re-routing the intake since I'm not much for fabrication and it seems that they take car of that. Just the info I needed.

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Thanks for the input, guys! Now all I need is to win the lottery so I can put this all together as soon as I want it .

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Old 08-11-2012, 12:01 AM   #5
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I will be installing our rotated kit (MPS) in my obs with a stock sti tmic.
and we can make you a 3" cold air intake thats maf based for it as well.
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Quite doable... I ran a PWTMIC and the UR GTx3582R setup for a good while before going bigger with the in-progress build. Great response, and not too much heat soak trouble. Fun build. Feels like stock, but with a higher RPM power band.
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Old 08-11-2012, 03:05 PM   #7
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Good stuff. Nothing keeps my blood moving quite like this kinda convo except for the reality it produces.

That 35r setup sounds awesome. The more I look into this, the more I think that is the turbo I'll be using. Good mid-range tq and responsive. Gotta keep the 5 P's in the back of my mind though - Proper Prep Prevents Piss-poor Performance
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