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post #46 of 54 Old 06-01-2006, 11:04 AM
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My votes for the 20G
Mated with the EJ25. That or the 3L out of the Tribeca. If you built that up, it would be pretty freakin' rad.

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O geeez let the Turbo Warz begin .....
No wars, just pointing something out.

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it says that a wrx stage 3 will push 350 crank hp and 314whp
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Cobb has an off-the-shelf map for 2006 WRX's to run an 18G with an STI TMIC or larger. (does require drilling to the fuel system, but essentially priceless). Feel free to go to cobb's website and check out the map notes for the 18G. {289WHP if I remember correctly}

I personally think I am going with the VF39 as soon as I get my springs, and front and rear sways w/ endlinks. Most cost-effective mods to keep it a daily driver {278 WHP with the VF39 and STI TMIC for around 600-800 bucks + Tune}.

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The reason why Cobb doesn't have a map for VF34 with STi IC is due to the fact that VF34 isn't too compatible with the 06WRX. Most people suggest a TD06-20G for the 2.5L. After talking to many people on the turbo upgrade, if your going to upgrade why not do it right the first time? I'd go with a big TMIC if I want faster spool or FMIC if I didn't mind the slightly more lag. The 20G would be awesome and the stock internals will be able to handle it. Might be looking at a clutch upgrade in the recent future though.

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Cobb has an off-the-shelf map for 2006 WRX's to run an 18G with an STI TMIC or larger. (does require drilling to the fuel system, but essentially priceless). Feel free to go to cobb's website and check out the map notes for the 18G. {289WHP if I remember correctly}

I personally think I am going with the VF39 as soon as I get my springs, and front and rear sways w/ endlinks. Most cost-effective mods to keep it a daily driver {278 WHP with the VF39 and STI TMIC for around 600-800 bucks + Tune}.

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I would think the STi TMIC would be too small for the 18G.

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out of all the VF series turbo's what would be the best bang for the buck, idc ### mods for fuel are needed. it just seems the VF39 isnt much better, somethin that hits hard but will be reliable and over 300whp
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Just wondering after I read this. Can you do a turbo swap with a VF39 into an 04 WRX and have it work without any supporting mods? If you cant, how hard is it to install the fuel pump, injectors, and whatever else you need.
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No with the 04 you still need the STI tmic AND STI pink injectors.... but not the injectors from th 06 and 07. I believe those are side feed and you need top feed.

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