A_J_T

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  1. Yea I'm very much a 16bit ECU man so I can't really confidently comment on the 32bit side of things. This is a good source of truth though https://www.romraider.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=37 looks like there are a number of 32bit speed density ROMs out there. If you go with the MAF just make sure you have a good bend 90-degree preferably but just something and basically just get the MAF as far away from the turbo as possible. If I ran a MAF on a twisted setup "which I wouldn't" I would run the intake pipe down into the wheel arch and locate the MAF down in there somewhere. Remembering that you ideally want the MAF 300ish mm away from your pod filter for the same reason as keeping it away from the turbo. It needs clean unturbulent flow to work nicely at low flow / idle. And as mentioned, going to a 3inch MAF housing will require a MAF rescale which is easy enough on the stock ECU
  2. https://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/used-cars/subaru/auction-2202546675.htm?rsqid=32c219ce997a4b6e8ed75d90abaf84a9-003
  3. Biggest crime is that he forgot how to drive and just parked it up against the wall
  4. The software looks nice. The base maps they have loaded in are super informative and it looks like they have the twin turbo system and definitions all figured out. Any competent tuner could work with this.
  5. Welcome to the forum. We are happy for you to post any questions in here mate, that way others that have tackled this process can add their knowledge too. Cheers,
  6. What revision BH is it mate? This may help V5/6 WRX/STI ECU Plugs/Pinouts: https://onedrive.live.com/view.aspx?cid=CFA30F34A9604D4A&resid=CFA30F34A9604D4A%21162&app=WordPdf&wdo=1 V5/6 WRX/STI Engine wiring Diagrams: https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=cfa30f34a9604d4a&id=CFA30F34A9604D4A%21161#cid=CFA30F34A9604D4A&id=CFA30F34A9604D4A%21164 V5/6 WRX/STI (bottom section of PDF, covers V5/6 WRX in detail) http://reuben.xpjets.com/random/BH-Conversion/Possumlink-MY99Manual.pdf BH5: http://reuben.xpjets.com/random/BH-Conversion/BH-WiringDiagram-JDM.pdf Other ECU\'s covered here: http://www.brdevelopments.com/archive.html
  7. Solid effort dude. get that tmic and maf plumbed and it will run fine until a tune can be done
  8. One of the most popular threads so smashing this in here. Many of you will be finishing up work and getting ready to kick back and spend time with friends and family. Remember to take it easy out there on the roads team, think twice when you are stuck behind a camper and eager to bring that spoolie boi online to pull a savage overtake. Its better to arrive late than dead on time. sit back, take a couple breaths and enjoy the ride and look out for one another. Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
  9. Even better! TS is overated, sell the $300 TS headers, buy a V7 stock set for $50 and buy the VF48.
  10. BBOD is in the photo. its plumbed as normal so I assume its the standard sequential setup.
  11. Yes yes... However... Twins remain? You need a build thread mate.. also who is tuning it?
  12. is this any help? https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=CFA30F34A9604D4A&id=CFA30F34A9604D4A!162&parId=CFA30F34A9604D4A!161&o=OneUp
  13. Just had a chat to him and it just uses bolts/nuts the same as the standard spoiler. simply unbolt it and it will pop off. I'll hit you up on FB mate, saves spamming this thread.
  14. Yea he bought it in early 2018, fixed a number of issues that it had when he bought it, thoroughly enjoyed the car and then sold it later that year iirc and picked up a Hilux as it was not a good daily 😂 Unsure on owners inbetween him and you though. I'll ask him how he attached it and find out if its easy enough to remove