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This is a discussion on 2002 WRX VS 2010 Camaro SS within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; I'm still tuning it (myself, with Romraider) and it's still on stock fuel to dial in the MAF housing. At ...

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    Registered User John M's Avatar
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    I'm still tuning it (myself, with Romraider) and it's still on stock fuel to dial in the MAF housing. At 12-13 psi it already flows more air than the stock turbo did at Stage 2, 17 psi. My guesstimate is a 105-107 trap as it sits. The 850s go in this weekend if I get the time, followed by the fuel pump when the tank is empty enough.

    The goal is ~400whp, though it may take meth injection to do it comfortably. There's an E85 station nearby so I can go that route too. As long as it's north of 380 whp and can trap close to 120, I'm happy.

    I bought the car brand new in Sept 2004. It's now up to 18k miles

    Oh, and the bumper is back on too -- will update pics eventually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John M View Post
    The goal is ~400whp, though it may take meth injection to do it comfortably. There's an E85 station nearby so I can go that route too. As long as it's north of 380 whp and can trap close to 120, I'm happy.

    That's a quick family sedan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TurnWRX View Post
    If you're going by curb weight, the 02-03 wrx weighed in at 3085 lbs

    Plus the automatic camaro ss's aren't as fast as the manual ones, at least according to C&D trap speeds of 107 mph vs 110-111 mph. Not saying that the guy above had a chance though if the camaro was really racing.
    My 2005 weighed 3330lbs with me in it. I weigh about 200lbs, so 3130. I also am burdened with the sunroof which is probably where that extra 50-100lbs comes from.

    It would take a lot for an 02-05 to absolutely walk on a Camaro SS, V8 style. Alright well, I know someone will say "define 'a lot'?" - but I know you all already know what I mean.

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