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Old 12-26-2012, 11:19 AM   #51
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I have a full recirculating same as stock. The stock might do the job with an upgraded turbo like VF48 but I had some bucks in the pocket and I purchased a Greddy RZ BOV.
Please no longer make threads asking for advice if you are too thick headed to take the advice given.
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Old 12-26-2012, 11:45 AM   #52
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Please no longer make threads asking for advice if you are too thick headed to take the advice given.
He's listening to the advice given that relates to the question he asked. Does it seem odd to you that he's not so crazy about all the crap that people are offering up that does not relate to the question he asked? Why didn't you just pass this thread by given that you have nothing to the point to offer?

This is the main reason NASIOC is teaming with dick-heads, the "moderators" set the tone.
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Old 12-26-2012, 11:53 AM   #53
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Please no longer make threads asking for advice if you are too thick headed to take the advice given.
worst mod ever lol.

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This is the main reason NASIOC is teaming with dick-heads, the "moderators" set the tone.
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Who cares if he wants that rice factor. Same thing when people want to slam and do all that retarded flush crap.

He stated repeatedly he just wants it for the whoosh factor.


@OP: when I had my vf39 bugeye, I had AEM CAI and it was loud. I also had it paired with Perrin's Inlet Hose.

Any intake that is not stock will be most likely be louder than stock.
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Old 12-26-2012, 11:54 AM   #54
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i have a spt intake on my 07 and i like it. i would just go for some short ram intake if you like to hear the turbo that much.
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Old 12-26-2012, 12:40 PM   #55
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I LOVE my CAI, but it required a protune due to how aggressive it is. That said, it was one of the smoothest to tune with per the guy that tuned my car @ Cobb up in Plano. It's also very loud and I love how it sounds.

http://www.hptmotorsports.com/subaru...x-and-sti.html

Very nice part.

I'd ditch the BOV though, and that's not just being a prick, that's good honest advice.
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Old 12-26-2012, 12:44 PM   #56
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I have recently installed a Greddy Type RZ valve on my WRX TR 2006 in a full recirculating way.
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I'd ditch the BOV though
OP, you may want to stop calling it a BOV and start calling it a BPV. BOV suggests vent to atmosphere. BPV is more accurate for how you're set up; full recirculation.
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Old 12-29-2012, 03:34 AM   #57
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OP, you may want to stop calling it a BOV and start calling it a BPV. BOV suggests vent to atmosphere. BPV is more accurate for how you're set up; full recirculation.
ur right. 10x for that.
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Old 12-29-2012, 03:35 AM   #58
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I LOVE my CAI, but it required a protune due to how aggressive it is. That said, it was one of the smoothest to tune with per the guy that tuned my car @ Cobb up in Plano. It's also very loud and I love how it sounds.

http://www.hptmotorsports.com/subaru...x-and-sti.html

Very nice part.

I'd ditch the BOV though, and that's not just being a prick, that's good honest advice.
sounds awesome. thanx a lot for the advice.
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Old 12-29-2012, 03:40 AM   #59
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Please no longer make threads asking for advice if you are too thick headed to take the advice given.
am not. read well the subject of the thread. "intake suggestions" not "your suggestions" ... I guess that was clear. and I would love to take any advice related to the subject of the thread. I stated clearly what i want and for what. if you want to share your personal experience or to give your advice, you are most welcome, but giving your personal opinion about what I am thinking of doing or about the car I should drive, is ridiculous.
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Old 12-29-2012, 03:43 AM   #60
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worst mod ever lol.



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Who cares if he wants that rice factor. Same thing when people want to slam and do all that retarded flush crap.

He stated repeatedly he just wants it for the whoosh factor.


@OP: when I had my vf39 bugeye, I had AEM CAI and it was loud. I also had it paired with Perrin's Inlet Hose.

Any intake that is not stock will be most likely be louder than stock.

Good to know that some of you guys are still able to read the subject of the thread and share your experience.
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Old 12-29-2012, 03:46 AM   #61
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Please no longer make threads asking for advice if you are too thick headed to take the advice given.

and another thing, as a mod, sometimes you are throwing wrong information regarding some parts and modifications in this forum but we still read and interpret the info.
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