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#16 Old 03-15-2007, 04:51 PM
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slow boy racing has a 18g for 900
http://www.slowboyracing.com/estore/...at=3123&page=1
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Who sells the 18G turbos for good price? anybody know?
Deadbolt, and they offer free rebuilds for life...

http://www.boostplanet.com/product.htm

or ForcedPerformance

http://linux.forcedperformance.net/m...Code=WRX-Turbo
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there was a group buy for 18gs at like 5 or 6 hundred buckaroos on nasioc... anyone know if that's still going on?
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i just called turboxs and the guy told me he could tune it for me for $450 with dyno & test drive & tune! lord i hear getting less richer day by day ~!!! $$$$$$$$

and he recommend me with 18G instead of 16G turbo. and fuel pump/injectors.
Why injectors yours flow as much as an STis injectors? Yeah an 18g would be better for your car, but the choice is up to you, what ever you can afford to do.

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Why injectors yours flow as much as an STis injectors? Yeah an 18g would be better for your car, but the choice is up to you, what ever you can afford to do.
oh! so i don't need to get bigger injectors?
but i finally decided to go with 18G turbos and i'm ready to order by either next monday or tuesday. do i still doesn't need injectors?
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For an 18G i would think about upgrading to 650cc's.

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how much does our 07' stock injectors flow?
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i don't remember the exact # but it was between 560-580cc
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by the way you should have very little trouble running an 18g with stock 06&up injectors, although a fuel pump is basically a must. worse comes to worse you can have the stock's modded or just slightly detune the car til you can afford it but that would be a waste. i plan on running an 18g later this year or so whenever i'm not broke anymore.....
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so i need better injectors,,,which brand would you buy when you are getting yours?
i'm really new to turbocharged cars,,,
i had maxima, sentra specv, altima, pathfinder, now i have a G35 coupe and a Subie.
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ok now, i'm ready to order a 18G turbo($879) and Fuel Pump w/ kit($95) and Fuel Injectors($560) from extreme PSI. all together came out to $1536.50. is this a good price?
or are there any better deal than this? and do i need any other little parts that i need to complete the installation? let me know please~^^
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Stock injectors on a 06+ are 560cc which is barely bigger than pinks. http://www.deatschwerks.com/catalog/index.php will get you a good deal. Plus they have an injector calculator hhhmm...funny when i put in 400hp=320whp(20% drivetrain reduction) with a max IDC of 90% (80% is recomended highest) and a BSFC of .6 it recommends 700cc injectors .This is the same injector calculator RC Engineering uses. They sell 650cc ones for $329 and 750cc for $359.

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what is the difference between EJ20 and EJ20 (c spec) injectors?
and which one can i use on my 07' wrx?
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Stock injectors on a 06+ are 560cc which is barely bigger than pinks. http://www.deatschwerks.com/catalog/index.php will get you a good deal. Plus they have an injector calculator hhhmm...funny when i put in 400hp=320whp(20% drivetrain reduction) with a max IDC of 90% (80% is recomended highest) and a BSFC of .6 it recommends 700cc injectors .This is the same injector calculator RC Engineering uses. They sell 650cc ones for $329 and 750cc for $359.

thanks for your info!!! i checked their site and i really like that price!!!!it's like $200 difference!! you
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I dont know how it is on subarus but on dsm when people do 2.4 they blow their 16g like nothing, even 18g is too small. What you want is like a 50 trim or something in that size. It is a 2.5 so your lag will be at minimum. 3500 rpm and you are in full boost or arround there. Look arround because 50 trims are not that expensive for dsm so for subaru it should not be much more then for 18g. You also should get the injectors in a good size like 650 and up, dont buy twice, it costs more in the end. What ever you choose enjoy it.

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