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Old 06-11-2017, 06:40 PM   #1
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Hello my name is Sergio, I am from spain and my car is a 2006 Subaru WRX, I currently have an entire 3 "exhaust, admission mishimoto, gasoline pump 255 wallbro, intercooler sti, and a turbo solenoid.

I would like to strengthen it more ... to see if you could give me ideas. But here the preparers of subaru pff ... are pretty bad ..


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Old 06-11-2017, 10:15 PM   #2
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565cc STI injectors would allow you to take advantage of the added fuel from the walbro pump.
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Old 06-12-2017, 02:16 AM   #3
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No they wouldn't... the 2006 WRX has blue top feeds that are already ~565 cc.

Equal length exhaust manifold is a good next step. After that, it's time to start heavily researching turbos and where exactly you want to go with your car.
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Old 06-12-2017, 07:08 AM   #4
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seems you have a decent foundation for a car. what are your goals? are you looking for a little more power or alot more power?

if you just want a little bit of a bump, some 750cc injectors and a 18G turbo would give you a nice bump over what you have and you already have the supporting mods for it. they are available in stock location so you dont need to replace to many parts like with a rotated setup.

if you want alot, you're looking at a complete engine ebuild and a giant rotated tubro. your budget is your only limit if you want big power.
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Old 06-12-2017, 05:32 PM   #5
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No they wouldn't... the 2006 WRX has blue top feeds that are already ~565 cc.

Equal length exhaust manifold is a good next step. After that, it's time to start heavily researching turbos and where exactly you want to go with your car.
You're absolutely right, I stand corrected.

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seems you have a decent foundation for a car. what are your goals? are you looking for a little more power or alot more power?

if you just want a little bit of a bump, some 750cc injectors and a 18G turbo would give you a nice bump over what you have and you already have the supporting mods for it. they are available in stock location so you dont need to replace to many parts like with a rotated setup.

if you want alot, you're looking at a complete engine ebuild and a giant rotated tubro. your budget is your only limit if you want big power.
I don't know what the availability for E85 is like in Spain, but if he's gonna upgrade injectors wouldn't it be a good idea to go ahead with ID 1000s to give him more headroom on petrol or run flex fuel if he wants/its available to him? Ethanol would be a nice bump in power.

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Old 06-20-2017, 04:09 AM   #6
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When you try to get more power, mind your gearbox. The normal WRX gearbox isn't the strongest one.

With the stock TD04 turbo you should be possible to get around 280bhp.. if you want more, you will need a bigger turbo. but then just mind the gearbox, maybe try to get one from an STi?
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