Dairusire

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    2013: '00 B4 RSK Rev.C (sold 2014 June)
    2014: '99 STi Type RA V5.10 (Twinscroll setup with complete v10 GDB driveline), Still own.
    2018: '01 Legacy GT Rev.D 'E-Tune'

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  1. +1 on getting SAS to do your tune. Also I'd have @SAS Do your downpipe. They're currently making my turbo setup and it is absolutely hnnnnnnnng level of awesomeness. Photos to come once done
  2. in short, it won't happen unfortunately. There's no technical issues in doing it, everything you'd need would literally just bolt on in, but you'll spend more time and money than just buying a GF8 outright. Save some money, just buy the car.
  3. You've gotta wonder what little intricacies car manufacturers have built in, but have never really been noticed or taken heed of lol
  4. So whats the normal price for the large one you linked? I just see $750 and no drop.
  5. My dyno sheet says 5.249:1 with a 1.0 tcf. I think those dyno numbers are a bit misleading, unless they're trying to see what crank horsepower is. But if that's wanted, used an engine dyno Sent from my SM-G960F using Tapatalk
  6. it's 100% a GGA. Not a GGB (STi). GGB also comes with a 6 speed manual transmission. You probably have a 5spd.
  7. I'm not really sure of what you're asking here? If you want big boost and big torque, you are going to need better heads and cams. Ironically I've got a set for sale which have been worked heavily going to a 92.5mm piston, you'll likely want i beam rods for that sort of boost. you'd have no choice but to build your auto or go manual as you'll just push straight through your converter and likely cook the box. Pinning/dowling the mains and line honing would be a must. but I'm going to reiterate on the head side of things even if you don't buy mine, you will need head work done and will never achieve what you want on stock heads.
  8. I also run 225/45/18s on my Gen III legacy. Looks good. I've got slight guard rub because of the 18x9 Rota Grids but eh.
  9. It's actually the Impreza badge that does it believe it or not. Insurers just lump all Impreza / WRX / STi models in one basket and are done with it. Yeah I'd agree with that. Turbo systems are relatively simple when you look at it. Exhaust manifold > wastegate > Turbo > oil\water feeds > boost controller That's it really.
  10. Nah I straight up don't want 500kw haha. Fairly certain a GC8 would be from wtf this is fast at 400kw, to "I'm going to die in this car" at 500kw.
  11. I bought myself an engine. Specifically the sleeved 2.2L stroked to 2.35L that was for sale on here. I'm now sending it to SAS for a freshen up. Will run my v8 Spec C heads on it, rather than the v4 STi heads. Will get some cams for it too. @Niran Who's gonna hit 400kw first bb
  12. Actually, I don't think it is. I've been searching some of those photos and they look to be from what I can find, a gauge with SUBARU written on them. It might be a defi gauge, but with subaru branding however.
  13. To be perfectly honest, I'd chase that. $3350 is a bunch of money. That's a big old EFR spooly boi, or half a forged engine build. Maybe even paying someone to chase her down and get the things you need without you having to do the leg work is a good move? It's up to you, but I'd chase them simply on principle. s***, I did it for $75 to vodafone, because screw them for trying to ruin my credit.
  14. So, I'm curious but did you end up getting a resolution?
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