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post #1 of 8 Old 08-12-2005, 10:45 PM Thread Starter
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i want to put a vf 34 and sti injectors,fuel pump on my car do i need to put a new fuel rail on also,any ideas,
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post #2 of 8 Old 08-13-2005, 07:34 PM
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What have you done to your ride. what mods already

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You don't need fuel rails but it would be a good idea to get a bigger better intercooler top or front mount

My turbo's fixed and a lot better =)
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i just have a a/p stg 2, helix up/dp,kn drop in,kb short shifter and busings,and gauges,egt,boost,and also a grounding kit,still looking for more.i`m looking for a good tmic.i`ll put that in after the turbo.
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skip the fuel rails, not necesary. Be sure to go get a protune after you get all your mods on like your TM and other bolts ons etc. Cobb's base vf34 map is desinged for the stock TM and boost and fuel are on the conservative side.
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thanks for the help.
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After getting that stuff done, start looking into buying a new clutch. That stock clutch is going to go out quick after installing that new turbo/intercooler....If you don't then that clutch will go out and then that will put tons of stress on your tranny. You don't want that wrx beast to be just sitting in the drive way. Trust me, you need to do this. My friend had to learn the hard way....

My next investment is buying a dog-box for my wrx. This will beef up my tranny and I won't have to worry about breaking anything. They are good for up to 500whp. That depends on how expensive the dog-box is, but most are not that bad on price. I'm looking into the TurboXS dog-box system. It's about $3500.....the price sucks, but it will last.....

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Consider investing in a wideband and a good dyno tune is a must.

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