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#16 Old 05-04-2006, 07:45 AM
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anyone know what turbo the 2.0 wrc model uses?
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Does anyone have an information about the IHI JF22 turbo?? Cant find it anywhere. the serial number on it is RHF5 and the parts number is 14411AA143. If anybody can find any info on it that would be awsome. Thanks
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Does anyone have an information about the IHI JF22 turbo?? Cant find it anywhere. the serial number on it is RHF5 and the parts number is 14411AA143. If anybody can find any info on it that would be awsome. Thanks

You must mean the VF22. As far as I know there is no such thing as a JF22. There is information about hte vf22 in the first post.

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im lookin at going wtih the VF34 or VF22 although i haven't been able to make my decision as far as other things i'll need. so im lookin for advice. as of right now i have INVIDIA catless dp and hks up.. hks hi-power exhaust, intake, bov and gauges (incl boost). so im thinking with etiher turbo to go with...
Intercooler- will an FMIC really be that much better than a bigger top mount? im tryin to stay low budget here people..
Injectors- are the STi pinks just the way to go? or is there equivalent injectors for a lower price?
Fuel Pump- all i hear about is the walbro fuel pumps? any other suggestions?
ECU- will the Cobb AP be enough for me or do i need something more complete liek the AEM stand alone... please tell me i dont because i know how much that costs...

im only 18 and VERY LOW income... so any help is appreciated.. VEW i think u just helped over a million people worldwide
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wow that was the most incredible turbo information ive ever encountered...if there was some sort of medal of valor among wrx owners i would definetly nominate you for it

stay tuned for hks turbo upgrade-nic
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VEW, great information.

I would like to know the same questions that Oren is asking. I am considering a VF34 or VF30 Turbo and Injectors for now, since Cobb has a map for that. However, I would like to know if while it is torn apart, should I replace complete fuel system (pump, regulator, rail).

Is there a goosd site to get the price of IHI VF30 or VF34 turbo?
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Just replace the pump.

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thanks dumdum.
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They do still make VF-22's. Blouchturbo.com has a wide range of turbo's. They Sell VF-22/23/30/34/36/37/39. They come at a great price also. So if your looking for a VF-22, thats where to go.
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VF23 is the secret weapon in the VF line up....

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why is the VF22 cheaper then the VF34 at gruppe S???????

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VF22, although produces more power, is an older design. The VF34 has a better bearing design that give it the quicker spool.

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i know i should probably research more, but ive got an 06 TR, would the VF34 be right for me? being that i only need to put in a fuel pump and bigger tmic? And he said the vf23 is the secret weapon, ive never heard of that one before, I see alot about turbos and which ones are good, but i heard some that work good for older models, dont work as well for the 06's. Any help appreciated ty!!!!!

oh ya my goals are to reach 300-320 streetable whp, and after that im doing suspension mods only i SWEAR IT!!!! :cries:

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I would recommend a super 16g or 18g and you will definately get those numbers. Either way 300 whp is very easy with your car. There is no replacement for displacment. Also on a side note the vf23 is a twin scroll turbo.
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Also on a side note the vf23 is a twin scroll turbo.
Only the VF36,VF37,VF38 and VF42 are twin scrolls.The VF23 is not,but it is a roller bearing turbo. The VF23 uses the same P20 turbine housing that the VF22 uses,which is not a twin scroll design.

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