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#1 Old 08-08-2007, 10:01 AM
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SPT exhaust/intake explained by Subaru

Dont know if this article holds any water, but, I found it interesting.
http://www.driveperformance.subaru.c...2/upgrades.asp
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yea, that was in one of the past drive performance mags i remember reading about that.


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I thought their testing on intakes was "wait for cobb to come up with something and then steal their design"

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Their dyno chart shows a 30-something HP gain at the wheels for an STi? there is no way a CBE and intake can produce 30 HP. Subaru is talking out of their rear end.
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well it is very convenient for them to claim extensive dyno testing and then post a bullshit chart with no axis numbers and an imaginary curve.

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well it is very convenient for them to claim extensive dyno testing and then post a bullshit chart with no axis numbers and an imaginary curve.
haha, yes.
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