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Old 07-20-2015, 08:56 PM   #326
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Love the sound in the videos it always makes me get all tingly inside whenever i hear that nice rumble
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Old 07-22-2015, 01:15 PM   #327
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Sounds Sick!
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Old 08-05-2015, 03:04 PM   #328
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Some people removed it. I found a hole right above on the bottom of the block that i tied it back to. nothing was in it, so that is what i did.

I did something similar... I had mine removed during last winter and kept getting shocked ever time I went to get in to or out of the car.... So I added it back and all it well again in the world.
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Old 11-08-2015, 02:57 PM   #329
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I just finished reading most of this thread and I'm disappointed in many of the people posting and bashing ETS for their prices. Some of you guys sound like the people whining and complaining that they haven't been able to find a job in 3 years, but then exclusively shop at Walmart where 93% of the garbage is made in China. A country that copies the good work of companies like this and because they don't respect our patent laws can make what looks like the same stuff for half price. For those that haven't had the opportunity to learn what happens when less than 25% of the products we buy in the U.S. aren't made here, go do some learning.

If you still aren't sold, go buy cheap stuff and see how well that does on your "performance" vehicle. If you still don't want to do it, sell the WRX, and go back to the Civic or Neon where a cheap product doesn't require anything more than a cheap product.

I for one would prefer to purchase a products made in the U.S., by a company in the U.S. that gives jobs to our citizens and supports our communities.
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Old 11-08-2015, 03:05 PM   #330
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I just finished reading most of this thread and I'm disappointed in many of the people posting and bashing ETS for their prices. Some of you guys sound like the people whining and complaining that they haven't been able to find a job in 3 years, but then exclusively shop at Walmart where 93% of the garbage is made in China. A country that copies the good work of companies like this and because they don't respect our patent laws can make what looks like the same stuff for half price. For those that haven't had the opportunity to learn what happens when less than 25% of the products we buy in the U.S. aren't made here, go do some learning.

If you still aren't sold, go buy cheap stuff and see how well that does on your "performance" vehicle. If you still don't want to do it, sell the WRX, and go back to the Civic or Neon where a cheap product doesn't require anything more than a cheap product.

I for one would prefer to purchase a products made in the U.S., by a company in the U.S. that gives jobs to our citizens and supports our communities.
You sir, have got it. Most important piece of that information is your last paragraph. icing on the cake, is that you get an impeccably well designed and made product.
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Old 11-27-2015, 07:31 PM   #331
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Anybody have some long term feedback on the turbo kit?
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Old 12-06-2015, 11:50 AM   #332
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I just finished reading most of this thread and I'm disappointed in many of the people posting and bashing ETS for their prices. Some of you guys sound like the people whining and complaining that they haven't been able to find a job in 3 years, but then exclusively shop at Walmart where 93% of the garbage is made in China. A country that copies the good work of companies like this and because they don't respect our patent laws can make what looks like the same stuff for half price. For those that haven't had the opportunity to learn what happens when less than 25% of the products we buy in the U.S. aren't made here, go do some learning.

If you still aren't sold, go buy cheap stuff and see how well that does on your "performance" vehicle. If you still don't want to do it, sell the WRX, and go back to the Civic or Neon where a cheap product doesn't require anything more than a cheap product.

I for one would prefer to purchase a products made in the U.S., by a company in the U.S. that gives jobs to our citizens and supports our communities.
I want to buy you a beer after reading this!

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Old 12-08-2015, 12:41 PM   #333
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Amen sir.

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I just finished reading most of this thread and I'm disappointed in many of the people posting and bashing ETS for their prices. Some of you guys sound like the people whining and complaining that they haven't been able to find a job in 3 years, but then exclusively shop at Walmart where 93% of the garbage is made in China. A country that copies the good work of companies like this and because they don't respect our patent laws can make what looks like the same stuff for half price. For those that haven't had the opportunity to learn what happens when less than 25% of the products we buy in the U.S. aren't made here, go do some learning.

If you still aren't sold, go buy cheap stuff and see how well that does on your "performance" vehicle. If you still don't want to do it, sell the WRX, and go back to the Civic or Neon where a cheap product doesn't require anything more than a cheap product.

I for one would prefer to purchase a products made in the U.S., by a company in the U.S. that gives jobs to our citizens and supports our communities.
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Old 12-08-2015, 03:11 PM   #334
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Yeah i think i commented in this thread somewhere or another one about their parts. My friend helping throw my turboback back on is a welding inspector...was amazed at the fitment, weld quality and overall the system as a whole.

you get what you pay for...

Having most of my parts from ETS (intake and turboback) I wish I could have had the rest of my parts made by them as well...
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Old 01-08-2016, 02:28 PM   #335
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This build is insane.. good job!
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Old 01-20-2016, 02:42 PM   #336
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Until we get an upgraded HPFP I believe the stock system will be limited to around 25 psi. The PT5862 or GTX3076R is the best turbocharger option in my opinion due to our current fuel limits.

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You mention the PT5862 is the best turbocharger....but what about the PT5858? I assume its smaller, but whats wrong with that turbo?

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So a stock WRX puts out 217whp/228tq, your set up puts out 413whp / 385tq

So thats 196whp / 157tq. Pretty impressive numbers, however to get you to those numbers you are spending about $7,750 . Stage 2 2015 WRX's are putting out around 300whp / 320tq (give or take)



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What did you guys do with the ground line after installing downpipe
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I removed it.
I wanted to ask if you guys at ETS welded a M6 nut onto your Jpipe.....but you removed it, WHY?......it would not have been hard to make 3 spot welds and add a nut to your $595-$695 jpipe......so we can retain the ground strap that Subaru put in place for certain reasons
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Old 05-03-2016, 02:00 AM   #337
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You think a 400whp wrx would blow up the internet.
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Old 05-03-2016, 07:16 PM   #338
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subscribing for top mount updates =)
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Old 06-21-2016, 05:19 PM   #339
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I thought the same thing that anyone who had this much awhp would be blowing up the Internet. I still have found very few with the new FA motor that have 400+ well here is mine with 433awhp and 400ftq. Won't let me add the picture does anyone know how?

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Old 06-25-2016, 09:01 AM   #340
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I just finished reading most of this thread and I'm disappointed in many of the people posting and bashing ETS for their prices. Some of you guys sound like the people whining and complaining that they haven't been able to find a job in 3 years, but then exclusively shop at Walmart where 93% of the garbage is made in China. A country that copies the good work of companies like this and because they don't respect our patent laws can make what looks like the same stuff for half price. For those that haven't had the opportunity to learn what happens when less than 25% of the products we buy in the U.S. aren't made here, go do some learning.

If you still aren't sold, go buy cheap stuff and see how well that does on your "performance" vehicle. If you still don't want to do it, sell the WRX, and go back to the Civic or Neon where a cheap product doesn't require anything more than a cheap product.

I for one would prefer to purchase a products made in the U.S., by a company in the U.S. that gives jobs to our citizens and supports our communities.
I agree and this is very true, but then we all bought Subarus!
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Old 06-25-2016, 09:08 AM   #341
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I thought the same thing that anyone who had this much awhp would be blowing up the Internet. I still have found very few with the new FA motor that have 400+ well here is mine with 433awhp and 400ftq. Won't let me add the picture does anyone know how?
Ya you would think with as new as these cars are, guys like Pete Kelly, Drew and Steve that are running these kits pushing big numbers would be on the forums showing this stuff off, or at least letting people know what these cars a capable of. Most everything you read is all stage 2 mod threads, it seems like all the big dogs aren't on the forums.
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Old 08-08-2016, 08:11 PM   #342
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Well I have one of these kits, not blowing up the Internet just yet I guess because I'm still shaking things down. There is a dearth of people willing to pay the price for the fa20 to built it up to such an extent is my theory on it.
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Old 09-12-2016, 04:28 PM   #343
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good read, and considering you guys take the time and effort to do this right ill be strongly considering you guys here in the future! keep up the good work!!!!
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Old 09-12-2016, 08:49 PM   #344
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Great work! Car sounds mean!
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Old 05-21-2017, 01:53 AM   #345
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Hi, I really enjoy this thread. Any news on how this car is doing?
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Old 09-15-2018, 06:38 PM   #346
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Old thread, but that car sounds amazing. Nice job!
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