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    wrx bugeye build from 16 yr old

    hey guys im 16 from australia and this is my wrx that i lovvve

    engine-
    2002 ADM wrx sea level
    98 octane
    TTS td05 big 16g (Australia brand capable uptoo 25-27psi) running 20 psi and does not taper down holds 20 psi all the way through to 7300rpm internal wastegate
    avo turbo inlet
    walbro 255 fuel pump
    stock injectors flowed to 800cc modded
    STI TOP MOUNT INTERCOOLER off an 2007 adm sti
    oil catch can
    aps cold air intake 65mm (not in pics)
    decatted uppipe
    3"TBE with catless dp
    turbosmart mbc set @20 psi
    turbosmart intercooler hoses
    gfb 50/50 bov
    tuned open source my self im running a pretty aggressive tune my afrs are in the 11:1 - 11:6 richen uptoo 10:9 -10:8 just before redline

    making around 320whp

    gauges -
    innovate wideband afr gauge
    autometer boost gauge

    steering and suspension -
    heavy duty king springs
    unknown brand strut brace

    transmission-
    exedy heavy duty clutch stage 2 i think
    stock tranny


    future plans/ dream plans in order -
    havnt decided on brands yet
    perrin pitch stop mount (soon)
    nolathane bushes (soon)
    short shifter (soon)
    tgv delete - (not sure if its worth it yet)

    this will take a while lol dream plans
    sti gearbox
    forged iinternals
    272 brian crower cams with supporting mods

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    Welcome! You sure you're 16?! That is an impressive build for sure.
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    Welcome, nice setup reminds me a lot of my bugeye, I only squeezed a little over 300 out of it tho. Good work sir.
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    I wish I had a good car when i was 16 lol nice build bro
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    Nice car, looks clean. You're 16. You don't have much experience under your belt. Be careful, mkay

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    Sorry, can't help you with the build. But I have to put my old man hat on and echo the above comment.

    That is an insane amount of power for a young driver. Starting with low powered cars allows you to make small mistakes (read "accidents") and walk away - hopefully with no damage to yourself and only minimal damage to your car. My first car at 17 had 48bhp and I still had some scary moments in it (sideways in the rain etc.). My second car at 21 had 150bhp and it taught me the danger - and benefits, once you understand it - of lift-off oversteer. Minimal damage to the car.

    The faster you're travelling, the more smooshed your guts will be when you hit something. My point is that a low powered car will allow you to discover the limitations of your car and your own abilities... without killing yourself. It's a cool car and I'd have been so excited to afford this (and the insurance!) when I was a kid. Just, please, be careful.

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    Thanks guys for the nice replays and yes I'm 16 I'm also aechanic and this is my hobby and I really do be careful and I don't abuse and use that power I know what its capable of and I'm not pushing it to its limits

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