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Old 02-10-2019, 08:20 PM   #51
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Yeah, if I remember correctly you hit 225wtq and 130whp by 3,000 rpm, I'd like between 250-300wtq and 160whp by 3,000rpm just like what I had before I switched from UEL header to EL header. I also don't want a big drop off in my power and torque after 4,500 rpm and that's the reason I am shopping for a turbo that will spool as fast as the vf48 (but not faster than vf48 after KillerB's comment above) with some extra top end.



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No, on my dyno graph it is less than that. What I mean is, how it responds in actual driving.
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Old 09-10-2020, 12:31 AM   #52
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I hate to dredge up a thread that has been quiet for over a year now but I am in a similar boat. I live at 10k ft and my subie spends most of its time between 7k and 11k ft. I am looking to get 300+whp but turbo spool is the driving force as I am on and off the throttle on the mountain roads up here. Currently my build is leaning towards a hybrid build like unabomber mentioned. It's an 02 wrx with an 04 sti spd w/06 hub upgrades and slightly oversized tires. My subie spends most of time on dirt roads and will likely never see a drag strip.
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Old 09-10-2020, 09:32 AM   #53
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Here you go, fastest spooling turbo.
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