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post #1 of 3 Old 11-19-2016, 08:37 PM Thread Starter
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Any info on hp. Downpipe? Blow out valve? Intake? Exhaust? A tune? I can't go crazy with money. Some people say to just do an intake or just an exhaustive but won't that lean it out or richen it? What should I do so I can do a little at a time? And what can I do with $3000?
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get yourself an Accessport start from there.

just the stage 1 tune with no bolt on parts will waken then power in your stock tuned STi.

yes an intake can lean you out that why you need a tune. every power mod you do needs a tune. the accessport allows you to tune stage by stage so youre not forking out thousands in tuner fees.

when you get one... read the users manual start to finish

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Honestly if you have $3000 in your pocket I would start with a performance driving course. Tighten up the nut between the wheel and the seat and go from there. Then a nice pen and a pad of paper so you can take notes for the next 6 months. after that you can start working on the car.

If you decide after the last 2 then you can grab an acceessport and take it to a professional tuner and have them run a stage 1 equivalent tune. work with then to find the balance between power and longevity/safety.

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