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  1. If you haven't got a turbo yet, I have a brand new GTX3071 with 0.83A/R V-Band turbine housing that I am willing to sell considering I sold my car. It will get you to 300kw with ease. PM me for pricing if you are interested.
  2. I ran around 23 psi peak boost in my V8 STI for about 2 years before I sold it. It was tuned for that so never had any problems
  3. Dont you need an IAT sensor with the Carberry that you need to hook up? I have heard great things about it but you would need a good tuner to tune the car with Carberry.
  4. Oh I see. Just investigating turbo options for the future when I buy another Subaru. Thanks for your help.
  5. Great write up and pics. I was wondering how much do these holset turbos normally go for?
  6. 450 hp on which fuel?
  7. I messaged him =) cheers for looking out man
  8. Dyno power numbers can be manipulated so keep that in mind
  9. I made 220 kw at the wheels with 23 psi mid range. I don't know if it will collapse for yours or not but I am never installing a silicone inlet on my car again. The vacuum line fittings on the MandH inlet hose were flimsy and came off. We had to clamp the actual fitting to the hose so it wouldn't suck in excess air post-maf.
  10. I am not sure if he uploaded it to his page but he did fabricate it for me. Here are a few images: I got an extra bracket added for support that bolts on the manifold to hold it in place.
  11. My MandH silicone hose collapsed in 3 months. I went with a metal one and was only a bit more expensive but worth it. Surprisingly the metal one was easier to install than MandH haha.
  12. I am interested to see if they actually give you a refund.
  13. I haven't got the logs for 1st and 2nd gear but I think it hits full boost in 2nd gear for me. Would you like to compare the difference in driveability? You are welcome to swing by and I can do a couple of pulls for you. Just PM me.
  14. My VF37 hits 23 psi around 3700rpm in 4th and that is pretty normal.
  15. Even if it was a faulty solenoid or any other part, surely the tuner would have noticed that car was not running as expected (compared to other Vf37s they have tuned) and try to find/fix the issue. However, it seems like the tuner is happy and is passing it off as a finished tune which doesn't seem right.