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Old 08-15-2005, 06:02 PM   #1
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Since I'm in the market for some engine 'mods', I thought I'd might throw a list of the options and their prices. Its for us older models however. Also, these are parts that were made for the legacy/outback, so I only wanted the list to be for our cars.

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$948 - Techworks (Manual) (Techworkseng.com) [Equal Length]

$775 – Techworks (Automatic) (Techworkseng.com) [Equal Length]

$649 – Cobb (Cobbtuning.com) [Equal Length]

$300 – Borla (Boxer4racing.com) [Unequal Length]

Catback

$645 – Cobb (Cobbtuning.com)

$640 – Stromung (Boxer4racing.com)

$469 – Borla Hush (Borla.com)

Intake

$269 – Cobb (Cobbtuning.com)

$219 – Weapon R Secret Weapon (Weapon-R.com)

$136 – Weapon R Dragon Intake (Weapon-R.com)

$115 – Ganzflow (ImprezaRS.com)

$30 – DIY (Pepboys.com)

$30 – Ebay (Ebay.com)

Pulley

$189 – Unorthodox Racing Underdrive Pulley (Unorthodoxracing.com) [1.0 lbs]

$135 – Cobb (Cobbtuning.com) [1.2lbs]

$130 - Perrin Pulley (Perrinperformance.com) [1.2lbs]

$99 - Gruppe-S Light Weight Pulley (Gruppe-s.com) [1.2lbs]

$90 – Mr. Josh (Mrjosh43.com) [1.19lbs]

Camshafts

$499 - Street Performer Camshaft (Cobbtuning.com)

$485 - Stage II SOHC Camshafts (Boxer4racing.com)

$65 (Each) - Delta (Deltacam.com)

Electronics

$460 RalliTek Perfect Power (Rallitek.com)

$250 ProECM (Imprezars.com)

Your welcome to post up a couple more (I'm sure there are more) or any mistakes or better deals out there. Just thought I'd post it. Hope it helps some others.

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Old 08-15-2005, 06:16 PM   #2
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For Cams you should look into a regrind from www.deltacams.com. This has been discussed extensively in the NA Forum. $75 ea I believe.

You can get a pulley for about $90 from www.gruppe-s.com. I have one that has not been installed yet.
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Old 08-15-2005, 08:10 PM   #3
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Althought The Perfect Power From Rallitek Is A Sweet System That Is Totally Tunable Off Of Windows Software It's Not Very Useful Or Needed For Anyone Running A N/a Car, To Exp The True Power And Tunablility Of A Car You Really Need To Be Running It On A Forced Induction Engine-probably Not Worth Spending $450 On A N/a Car


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Old 08-15-2005, 08:14 PM   #4
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Althought The Perfect Power From Rallitek Is A Sweet System That Is Totally Tunable Off Of Windows Software It's Not Very Useful Or Needed For Anyone Running A N/a Car, To Exp The True Power And Tunablility Of A Car You Really Need To Be Running It On A Forced Induction Engine-probably Not Worth Spending $450 On A N/a Car


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Agreed. I'd suggest either the ProECM or the Tourqe Chip. Both are around the same price, and have proven gains of 10-12 HP.
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Old 08-15-2005, 09:31 PM   #5
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You know I hate to point this out, but if you add up the most expensive of each item for each category of performance your planning, it totals around 3k for the parts alone… You know what other direction you can go for that amount of investment?

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Old 08-15-2005, 09:43 PM   #6
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Oh, I'm not planning on buying one item in each of these categories. I just wanted to create a list with my options and wanted to share it with you all. too much for my blood, esp. the catbacks.

turbo...
1. wont last as long as n/a (reliability issues)
2. mpg
3. don't want it just yet

it'll be in my near future though. i'll just have to wait until then.

btw...Where can you buy the "Torque Chip" ?
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Old 08-15-2005, 10:27 PM   #7
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With the amount of speculation as to how the ProECM works, I bet a good search around here will give you an idea of how to DIY one for cheap.
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