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Old 02-03-2013, 03:15 AM   #26
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aem dry flow and catless downpipe with pro tune will give you over 300whp on dynojet.... if you were talking about 300whp on mustang or dynodynamics with 1.0 correction then get ready to spend a lot more money - downpipe, header, turbo inlet, catback, better top mount or a front mount and more aggressive tune
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Old 02-03-2013, 12:00 PM   #27
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Since this thread is already full of win and in the wrong spot. I'm just going to throw in if you want it to be fast and les expensive to build sell it and buy an evo.
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Old 02-03-2013, 04:19 PM   #28
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Dp and tune to start. After that, if you still want more, pick a goal and go for it.
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Old 02-03-2013, 04:20 PM   #29
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Old 02-03-2013, 07:50 PM   #30
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Haha appreciate the tips guys and yea I know evo has some good stuff to, but I love my Subaru. As for me I think I'm gonna go with up pipe with ewg, Catless invidia down pipe and an AP and and upgraded fuel pump possibly looking at upgrading to an Sti TMIC.

Really appreciate the input and advice.
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Old 02-03-2013, 07:52 PM   #31
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I'm in Oxnard and the closest shops i have heard that are reputable are yimi sport and Cobb SoCal. I personally got mine tuned by Mitch at Cobb SoCal.
Might have to get your email so I can get some info on these places, where are you at in oxnard???
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Old 02-06-2013, 12:24 AM   #32
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you have a budget? or are you just looking for HP and ideas for now?
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Old 02-06-2013, 12:25 AM   #33
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Any ideas on mods for the 2013 wrx wanna stay conservative bit have over 300 whp. Just curious if its possible kinda new to the whole AWD and turbo vehicles.
So far I like them a lot and I am pleased with the performance..... Especially during the rain.
Anyways just interested in where I should start, I had a few ideas but like to hear from other Subaru owners. Thanks.

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Old 02-06-2013, 03:24 AM   #34
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Haha appreciate the tips guys and yea I know evo has some good stuff to, but I love my Subaru. As for me I think I'm gonna go with up pipe with ewg, Catless invidia down pipe and an AP and and upgraded fuel pump possibly looking at upgrading to an Sti TMIC.

Really appreciate the input and advice.
sti tmic will not fit wrx unless you also swapping your vf52 turbo for sti's vf48. go with process west tmic or avo. fuel pump upgrade wont do much without upgrading your injectors since the factory fp designed to flow good enough for 100% stock injector cycle.
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Old 02-06-2013, 12:08 PM   #35
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Haha appreciate the tips guys and yea I know evo has some good stuff to, but I love my Subaru. As for me I think I'm gonna go with up pipe with ewg, Catless invidia down pipe and an AP and and upgraded fuel pump possibly looking at upgrading to an Sti TMIC.

Really appreciate the input and advice.
whats the reason for ewg if you're goal is 300whp? downpipe, better tmic, tune (ap/opensource) should get you near your goals. most people with just DP and tune get 270-280whp.

Surprised this thread hasn't been moved or closed yet, ib4tl.
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Old 02-06-2013, 12:11 PM   #36
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if you think you can run 300whp and be reliable, then your gonna have a bad time. if you want it to be reliable, leave it stock. if you want 300whp then its not going to be near as reliable. its not a matter of IF but when it breaks. some people will get <20k miles, some will get >50k, its a crap shoot. so what do you want? you get to pick one.
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Old 02-06-2013, 12:40 PM   #37
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I don't think your getting what I'm trying to accomplish here, I have searched and I'm pretty set on what I think in Gonna do, I just like to hear what other enthusiast have to say or offer as far as advice. Yea it's posted in the wrong place big whoop, I just wanna see how others are building there wrx and maybe blend good proven hardware to my wrx. That is all.
If you want to see how others are building "their" wrx's then search. Posting something dumb isn't going to get you many educated replies. You can look for what others have done in the past. You need to read unabombers manifesto. Also, 300whp is different on every dyno. You can get 300whp on one dyno and get 250whp on another. Do yourself a favor and get used to driving your car and once you are familiar with your car and feel the need to up the power then you can do it.

The reason everyone is flaming you is because this question has been asked thousands of times and they get the same damn responses every time. Search. Search. Search.
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Old 02-06-2013, 03:52 PM   #38
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I really don't care for the "flaming" you speak of and I don't care about whether or not the question has been asked a thousand times, I haven't asked it so therefore it's all good knowledge to me, bad or good. Plus I already have seen the trend of the way people post on here, some right stuff that's helpful, but most post nothing but hatin ass crap because someone is not experienced or hasn't read all the threads in the forum. So yea I don't care as long as I get info on my Subaru which is what this forum is about that's all that I care about.
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Old 02-06-2013, 04:37 PM   #39
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Better questions....Why is this posted here? Why hasn't it been moved yet?
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Old 02-06-2013, 07:04 PM   #40
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I really don't care for the "flaming" you speak of and I don't care about whether or not the question has been asked a thousand times, I haven't asked it so therefore it's all good knowledge to me, bad or good. Plus I already have seen the trend of the way people post on here, some right stuff that's helpful, but most post nothing but hatin ass crap because someone is not experienced or hasn't read all the threads in the forum. So yea I don't care as long as I get info on my Subaru which is what this forum is about that's all that I care about.
just fanning the flames bronachos.

only reason i think this thread is getting flammed is the fact its in the wrong sub forum.. proven power =/= mod suggestions
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Old 02-07-2013, 04:11 PM   #41
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Yea I know. Agreed its in the wrong place but get over it already. It's not like they have to respond to it, if its upsetting them so bad just ignore it. Lol
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Old 02-07-2013, 04:42 PM   #42
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The reason is pisses people off is you're ****ting in the clubhouse... And then saying "I don't care as long as it's convenient for me, lol". The members of this forum, like many others, are a community, and as such this forum is the communities "temple". Don't go disrespecting the place. I think it's fair for people to pop in to tell you to not be a jackass when you're on here.

Besides which, if your laziness in searching for information is any indication of your general attentiveness or resourcefulness, then you're probably not a prime candidate to modify a car and keep it running.

All in my humble opinion.

You want concrete answers, pricing and gains, find a tuner and go talk to them. At least they're making money off the transaction, members on here are lending you their expertise for nothing, while you disrespect the community they love.
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Old 02-07-2013, 11:24 PM   #43
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Yea yea say what you will, I already know I put it in the wrong place, it's a mistake but to say I'm being disrespectful is completely wrong, when I posted I had no idea I was posting it to this section. All that clubhouse and me crappie in it is b/s it was a mistake get over yourself and go in with your life. Geez you'd think people would be like oh what a noob and move on but no you got the few who just keep going. So yea now that I have gotten the responses from some people who hated, I don't care if its in the wrong place. Thanks to all the people who over looked this mistake the noob made and gave legit honest device. That is all I gotta say continue with your flaming or whatever.
Done.
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Old 02-08-2013, 08:34 AM   #44
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Yea yea say what you will, I already know I put it in the wrong place, it's a mistake but to say I'm being disrespectful is completely wrong, when I posted I had no idea I was posting it to this section. All that clubhouse and me crappie in it is b/s it was a mistake get over yourself and go in with your life. Geez you'd think people would be like oh what a noob and move on but no you got the few who just keep going. So yea now that I have gotten the responses from some people who hated, I don't care if its in the wrong place. Thanks to all the people who over looked this mistake the noob made and gave legit honest device. That is all I gotta say continue with your flaming or whatever.
Done.
^^ The disrespectful bit didn't come from posting in the wrong area so much as it came from saying stuff like this...

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I really don't care for the "flaming" you speak of and I don't care about whether or not the question has been asked a thousand times, I haven't asked it so therefore it's all good knowledge to me, bad or good. Plus I already have seen the trend of the way people post on here, some right stuff that's helpful, but most post nothing but hatin ass crap because someone is not experienced or hasn't read all the threads in the forum. So yea I don't care as long as I get info on my Subaru which is what this forum is about that's all that I care about.
However, I've found some pretty helpful info on the first page, so I can't moan too much about your s****y attitude.
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Old 02-08-2013, 04:40 PM   #45
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Instead of being lazy you should report your post in this forum (To get it deleted so you dont get trolled) and repost your question in the correct forum section. Honestly had you just done that in the first place you would have had alot more help and alot less trolling.

Also IT IS disrespectful and lazy when you don't move the post after admiting its wrong. That would be like me spilling coffee all over your desk and then saying "oops!" and walking away while your keyboard and mouse went for a swim.....



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Yea yea say what you will, I already know I put it in the wrong place, it's a mistake but to say I'm being disrespectful is completely wrong, when I posted I had no idea I was posting it to this section. All that clubhouse and me crappie in it is b/s it was a mistake get over yourself and go in with your life. Geez you'd think people would be like oh what a noob and move on but no you got the few who just keep going. So yea now that I have gotten the responses from some people who hated, I don't care if its in the wrong place. Thanks to all the people who over looked this mistake the noob made and gave legit honest device. That is all I gotta say continue with your flaming or whatever.
Done.
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Old 02-08-2013, 04:49 PM   #46
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Noobies bashing noobies, i love it!

Do a down pipe, whalbro 255 and a tune frome a reputable tuner. Learn how to drive it. Done. Come back for more after that.
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Old 02-08-2013, 10:08 PM   #47
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Yea fagals I still don't care so hahaha that's what i hit to say about that.
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Old 02-08-2013, 10:10 PM   #48
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Thanks your not included in that last bit. ^
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Old 02-08-2013, 10:27 PM   #49
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No problem. A cool head will get you further around here.

Sounds like a nice ride. Keep a goal firmly in mind and talk to a reputable subaru builder and tuner. Have them help you achieve your goal.
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Old 02-09-2013, 07:36 PM   #50
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Yea seems that is best. Too many haters on here an for the wrong reasons.
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