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Old 09-14-2017, 03:03 PM   #1
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Thought we would start a new group page, for those that live in the Tampa Bay Area. Here you will find all the current local Subaru car meets and Subaru events. We will be working on putting together a monthly meet like we did back in the day. We will do one meet a month, in hopes to get as many of us out to it as possible. Just like the old topic, here we can discuss anything, doesn't have to just be Subaru related. I hope that we can be more active in this thread, rather than how the old thread was.

** Upcoming Events **

4th Annual Central Florida Subaru Mega Meet

Where - Sun-N-Fun Fly In & Expo
When - Saturday December 2nd
Time - 10am-5pm
Link - https://www.facebook.com/events/358584567847113??ti=ia

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Old 09-14-2017, 10:17 PM   #2
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Hey everyone. New to NASIOC. That Subaru event look pretty sick, I will be there for sure. I'll keep an eye out for the next monthly meet you guys have and I'll hopefully make it out.
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Old 09-15-2017, 02:50 PM   #3
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Hey everyone. New to NASIOC. That Subaru event look pretty sick, I will be there for sure. I'll keep an eye out for the next monthly meet you guys have and I'll hopefully make it out.


Welcome! It's going to be a great event in December, hope to see you at our monthly meet before than. We will come to a consensus soon on a time and place for the first meet.

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Old 09-16-2017, 11:11 AM   #4
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Please do let me know. Question, I can't seem to input my personal info in my bio section, do you know how I can do that Paul? Thanks, and my name is Travis.
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Old 09-16-2017, 02:56 PM   #5
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Please do let me know. Question, I can't seem to input my personal info in my bio section, do you know how I can do that Paul? Thanks, and my name is Travis.


Will do. Most smartphones won't allow you to input your info, you will need to do it from your PC.
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Old 09-17-2017, 07:59 AM   #6
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Anyone have any ideas for the next monthly meet?
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Old 09-17-2017, 08:24 AM   #7
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I'm glad to see this thread, I live in pinellas and work in Tampa. Was in the car scene for a long time and got out of it when I sold my coyote a few years back. I have an 18 WRX now and I'm looking forward to meets and stuff again.
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Old 09-17-2017, 08:37 AM   #8
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Awesome Ryan! If you have any input on a meet location for our next meet, please share it. We use to have them at the Brick House on Dale Mabry and I-275, was a great place to host them at. But open to all suggestions. Make sure you make it out to the Mega Meet in December!!!

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Old 09-18-2017, 07:37 PM   #9
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Will do. Most smartphones won't allow you to input your info, you will need to do it from your PC.


Thanks for the help Paul, got it updated.
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Old 09-19-2017, 07:35 AM   #10
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Thanks for the help Paul, got it updated.


Awesome, no problem bud.
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Old 09-21-2017, 02:59 PM   #11
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Old 09-23-2017, 01:01 PM   #12
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Hey everyone! Been awhile but now I have the time to upgrade the WRX.
I have a ton of questions, any help will be appreciated. -Kayci
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Old 09-23-2017, 01:35 PM   #13
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Looking to do the following:
Turbo
Invidia Q300 CBE Ti Tip + DP
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Flex fuel kit
TGV delete
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Deatschwerks fuel pump kit
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DBA T2 or T3 rotors with HPS Hawks
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Bilstein suspensiůn with Kartboy endlinks
Thoughts on whatís a good fit for my 2014 wrb WRX sedan?
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Old 09-23-2017, 05:52 PM   #14
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Hey everyone! Been awhile but now I have the time to upgrade the WRX.
I have a ton of questions, any help will be appreciated. -Kayci


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Looking to do the following:
Turbo
Invidia Q300 CBE Ti Tip + DP
Headers
Injectors
Flex fuel kit
TGV delete
FMIC
Deatschwerks fuel pump kit
Exedy stage 2
DBA T2 or T3 rotors with HPS Hawks
Cobb short ram intake
Cobb V3 access port (have)
Bilstein suspensiůn with Kartboy endlinks
Thoughts on whatís a good fit for my 2014 wrb WRX sedan?


Hey you, it has been awhile since we've heard/seen from you. Sounds like you are covering most of your bases with your mod list and you have the brands your wanting!

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Old 09-25-2017, 09:56 AM   #15
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Man I wish I can go to the mega meet but I'll be back in FL on December 6th. Everything happens a week after I arrive somewhere. I moved to IN a week after the GRC event in Indianapolis lol.
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Hey you, it has been awhile since we've heard/seen from you. Sounds like you are covering most of your bases with your mod list and you have the brands your wanting!


Yes, I know.... My husband didnít want me modifying the car when it was ďmineĒ but now that he thinks itís his, weíre finally doing it
We have a 2015 BMW X5 M Sport thatís ďmineĒ so we can haul our 1 yr old and her stroller and stuff.

Iím not sure about which brands are best for the headers, injectors, etc. E85 is $1.52 up here in Cincinnati!!!! Iím almost tempted to convert it entirely but heard an oil change every 1,000 mi is recommended....
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Man I wish I can go to the mega meet but I'll be back in FL on December 6th. Everything happens a week after I arrive somewhere. I moved to IN a week after the GRC event in Indianapolis lol.


Well that sucks! But there is always next year though.
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Yes, I know.... My husband didnít want me modifying the car when it was ďmineĒ but now that he thinks itís his, weíre finally doing it
We have a 2015 BMW X5 M Sport thatís ďmineĒ so we can haul our 1 yr old and her stroller and stuff.

Iím not sure about which brands are best for the headers, injectors, etc. E85 is $1.52 up here in Cincinnati!!!! Iím almost tempted to convert it entirely but heard an oil change every 1,000 mi is recommended....
As for headers, I've read a lot of people buying agency power. I tried to get those for my 04 years ago but they were back ordered so I got the borla instead and I liked the borla and had no issues with them.

As for injectors, I bought used injector dynamics 1000cc when I did the top-feed conversion on my 04. I had RevWorks do the conversion and I supplied the parts to them and had Anthony etune the car and it worked out well.
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As for headers, I've read a lot of people buying agency power. I tried to get those for my 04 years ago but they were back ordered so I got the borla instead and I liked the borla and had no issues with them.



As for injectors, I bought used injector dynamics 1000cc when I did the top-feed conversion on my 04. I had RevWorks do the conversion and I supplied the parts to them and had Anthony etune the car and it worked out well.


You mean Anthony with Drunkmann right? Iíll have to see when he will be available.

Iíll research those for sure. What are your thoughts on a flex fuel kit? Or should we totally commit to either premium or E85
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You mean Anthony with Drunkmann right? Iíll have to see when he will be available.

Iíll research those for sure. What are your thoughts on a flex fuel kit? Or should we totally commit to either premium or E85


Flex fuel is the way to go. Where most places are finally starting to carry it, but if it isn't available when you need it, it's nice to be able to put pump gas in. But obviously you will need two fuel maps, so your tune is going to cost you a little more. But I personally would go flex fuel.
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You mean Anthony with Drunkmann right? Iíll have to see when he will be available.

Iíll research those for sure. What are your thoughts on a flex fuel kit? Or should we totally commit to either premium or E85
Yes Anthony with Drunkmann and he e-tuned my car and it worked fine. I don't know a whole lot about flex fuel but from what I've read so far, it seems to be a benefit if you want to do e-85 and use pump gas.
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Yes Anthony with Drunkmann and he e-tuned my car and it worked fine. I don't know a whole lot about flex fuel but from what I've read so far, it seems to be a benefit if you want to do e-85 and use pump gas.


Hmm so I would completely avoid paying a ďpremiumĒ price for gas - no pun intended

So itís either e85 or unleaded???!!! Iím already sold on the idea hahaha

Iím thinking of either driving to PA or Pensacola to get a dyno tune from Anthony. Especially when we do all the upgrades we want to do, unless getting the e tune first would be best until everything is done with it?
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Flex fuel is the way to go. Where most places are finally starting to carry it, but if it isn't available when you need it, it's nice to be able to put pump gas in. But obviously you will need two fuel maps, so your tune is going to cost you a little more. But I personally would go flex fuel.


Makes sense. Iíve only seen like 1 or 2 Thorntonís up here and like a random ass Speedway in the middle of nowhere that carries e85.
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Hmm so I would completely avoid paying a ďpremiumĒ price for gas - no pun intended

So itís either e85 or unleaded???!!! Iím already sold on the idea hahaha

Iím thinking of either driving to PA or Pensacola to get a dyno tune from Anthony. Especially when we do all the upgrades we want to do, unless getting the e tune first would be best until everything is done with it?
When he e-tuned my car, it took about a week due to the work schedule I had but if you are going to drive to him that would be better lol
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When he e-tuned my car, it took about a week due to the work schedule I had but if you are going to drive to him that would be better lol


Agreed. Plus I can sight see in PA or vacation in FL with family haha.

So we just picked up a Nameless CBE (working on making it TBE) but not sure whatís the best route to take.

I feel the COBB SF intake causes some lag in boost so an uppipe can help with that. Iíve also been reading that an EWG would also be beneficial - we want to eventually upgrade the turbo.

If we go catless dp, then we have to get an EWG uppipe right? And then obviously the wastegate.

Or would we fix the issue with a catted dp and a normal uppipe? We are looking to fix the lag and gain more power.

Any thoughts?
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