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    What part of town are you? I'm in the Tualatin area.
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    good build thread so far. Im really jealous of you guys with the larger hood scoop on the bugeye. mine is so damn small, I hate it.

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    Im in SE portland. tualitin is really close though.Thats where my tuners shop is. We should meet up soon. And Phobic: Give it time, You can find alot of deals on hood scoops. I have the 02 JDM sti hood scoop that i see on alot of other bugeyes. Nice thing is these cars ( for being performance sport cars) last quite awhile as long as you take care of them. Just start small, set a goal, and do whatev you need to do to make it how you want it.
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    why a hybrid?

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    Re: 2002 wrx bugeye build! First build.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jables_WRX_Junki
    why a hybrid?
    So you retain the ability to cut boost in situations the ECU needs to. So you have compensations for things like temp. So you can fix PTFB by ramping up WGDC based on throttle angle. All this while maintaining the MBC as the boost control at WOT. All positives, with the only negative being slightly more cost (GM solenoid is like $30).
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    Thanks for the suggestion. Ill look into this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jables_WRX_Junki View Post
    why a hybrid?
    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    So you retain the ability to cut boost in situations the ECU needs to. So you have compensations for things like temp. So you can fix PTFB by ramping up WGDC based on throttle angle. All this while maintaining the MBC as the boost control at WOT. All positives, with the only negative being slightly more cost (GM solenoid is like $30).
    Check out this post for a great overview of hybrid boost control. EJ257 contributed to that article as well.

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    Cool thanks man, appreciate it. Yeah id like to get a vf39 here soon. But sooo many different turbos. Just seems like the most reliable.

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    When do you want that heat shield, BTW? If you're ever in the Tualatin/Tigard area in the middle of the day, I could meet you over my lunchbreak or something.
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    Maybe tomorrow? finish up wiring my sound system after work

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    I wouldn't say the VF39 is any more reliable than any other quality made turbo. The only thing it really has going for it is you can get them used dirt cheap. If you're buying new there are better options out there.

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    yeah for sure. would like to go 20g eventually but im going to sell this bugeye and upgrade to and 07 sti.

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    hey Rambo, i just realized that the stock heatshield will not fit since i have an after market DP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jables_WRX_Junki
    hey Rambo, i just realized that the stock heatshield will not fit since i have an after market DP.
    Simple to fix with a drill and a dremel
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