sleepr

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  1. Nice work man. Mind sharing which control module and the installation instructions?
  2. So what if you change everything (fuel pump, fpr, injectors, fuel lines to injectors to Ethanol compatible) except the main fuel line from the fuel pump from the back? Because that is the case for my JDM 2004 Legacy GT and my vin number starts with 7AT. The only reason I am considering running gull force 10 is due to my tuner. The tuner had this to say "The Gull force 10 fuel should be Ok for 28 psi, the BP98 isn’t really good enough for much more than 25 psi, we find that the increase in boost on that fuel requires a richer mixture and less ignition timing, and often there is no increase in power with the higher boost pressure". So I am hoping to stick to gull force 10. Any thoughts?
  3. So what springs would you recommended for bit of drop and handling? I currently have the sti pinks on mine. Need to lower it a bit
  4. Subscribed... Keen to fit it to my car as well as I don't just hop in and drive due to forged engine.
  5. A while ago I had asked my car alarm guy to see how it can be done on my car, he said insurances won't like it and won't cover you if you they know that you had a remote start on your car when by factory it didn't. I was going to do it for the same reason as well, i.e. to let the forged pistons expand and let the engine warm up before driving away. Even at work, I just sit around for couple of minutes after starting and mates joke around saying how my car cannot be used as a get away car lol.
  6. Yeap was on sale on fb few days ago. Looks like nice piece of kit. Which car is this going in bro?
  7. My Steve Murch Td05 20g single scroll along with 2013 sti single scroll headers will be up for sale. My car made 249KW at the wheels. You will have to upgrade your fuel pump/injectors and get a down pipe made and get a tune. Have a look at my build thread. There is a dyno chart of it. Once you start upgrading turbos and all it's a slippery slope lol.
  8. Might be keen, if my car is ready by then
  9. Congrats @SIRREX Well deserved!
  10. Ah yeap, it was for a pre-face lift model. Subscribing to this thread! Because Andy's ECU is all kinds of f..... and he is planning to go the hx35 way as well. And to be honest the factory ecu is only good for so much, link makes the tuning job so much easier and so much more consistent and also allows for fail safes to be in place.
  11. I am kinda also in the same boat. I had a chat with Chris from prestige few months ago and he had done a sedan legacy with link g4 and that was a full ecu replaced. He had 1 cell error which came up on the dash but knows what to do to clear it. So maybe have a chat with him? Cause him and nzefi decoded the canbus system and even got the factory key immobilizer to work with the link.
  12. Those americans and their dynos and their fuel. I used to browse the legacygt and the nasioc forums as well. Few have gotten 300whp but that's a push. I doubt you can get 300whp on a td04. I had the same turbo and I wanted 300whp on my legacy, but after speaking with Steve Murch, it wasn't possible. You can achieve 220kw on a vf36 or a vf37, they are a twin scroll turbo but you will have to fabricate the up pipe (different flange) and possibly the downpipe. And again, the supporting mods, fuel, exhaust etc