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alright you turbo force induced fools!......what electronics are u running..and how many pounds are u boosting
 

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Well I just tryed installing my J&S today and to say the least, I messed it up by using vampire clamps instead of soldering. My turbo goes on mext weekend and it is a Legacy turbo @ 5 psi. Other than that, I think stand-alone is the next step...


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what are u going to use to control boost? or are u just going off the wastegate?
 

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I'm just running off the stock spring on the wategate for the turbo. It's a 5 psi spring, but one day I'll get a Tial just so I have the ability to regulate my boost.


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I'll share...........

2001 RS-T
Ludespeed stage III, with a big ass Spearco IC......BTW very nice kit!!!
6 psi (soon to be higher), no boost controler, just an adjustable wastegate!
Stock ECU
J&S Safegaurd, with dual monitor
Split Second voltage clamp
Cartech RRFPR
Vishnu Jammy fuel rail kit
Factory oil cooler (from Forester)
The following Autometer gauges:
oil temp
oil pressure
boost/vacuum
exhaust temp
fuel pressure

I think thats it for my motor..............:sunny:
 

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LVSUBARU said:
I'll share...........

2001 RS-T
Ludespeed stage III, with a big ass Spearco IC......BTW very nice kit!!!
6 psi (soon to be higher), no boost controler, just an adjustable wastegate!
Stock ECU
J&S Safegaurd, with dual monitor
Split Second voltage clamp
Cartech RRFPR
Vishnu Jammy fuel rail kit
Factory oil cooler (from Forester)
The following Autometer gauges:
oil temp
oil pressure
boost/vacuum
exhaust temp
fuel pressure

I think thats it for my motor..............:sunny:
define big ass... mine seems sorta small.
 

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It's hella bigger than the stock WRX IC!!! I can't imagine fitting a larger one under my hood!!! There isn't enough room between the throttle body, and the firewall!!! It's pretty thick too, I don't think that a thick IC is good. Thinner is more effecient!!:D
 

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cake, yet intrusive. save all the old wiring harness so you can go back. then you can migrate it to your next project. the lean/rich mixture meter is one of the best.
 
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