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Old 07-10-2015, 08:42 AM   #1
Obababoy
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Default Looking for new fuel setup, FPR, Rails, and Lines

I have a 2011 sti with an EFR 7163 and supporting mods. 370whp/tq now and 400 capable. I have some GR stumble even with the 04-06 sti FPR and damper that were installed.

I am looking to find a good combination of parts for a setup. I thought about going straight to aeromotive, but I am less than impressed that the lines need to be cut ourselves. I have heard of people having leak issues and such cutting their own lines. I have heard great things from their FPR and rails, so maybe building my own lines and using their main products. I am not trying to go over the top and would love to spend less than $900 for a complete setup!

Chris
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Old 07-10-2015, 08:05 PM   #2
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IA Perfomance or the Cobb one I would think should be capable, thats what I am using with zero issues.
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