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This is a discussion on Protuned vf-34 wrx vs Cobalt SS within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by enash99 my car had some boost issues, i was not able to hit my target boost of ...

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    Registered User WRXScarlett's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by enash99 View Post
    my car had some boost issues, i was not able to hit my target boost of 20 psi tapering to 17 psi. I was only able to get 17.9 psi.

    numbers were

    288 whp @ only 17.9
    260 tq.

    A/F 10.6-10.8
    nice numbers despite not hitting your target man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WRXScarlett View Post
    nice numbers despite not hitting your target man.
    thanks! I know not alot of vf34 setups go over 300 whp but i really feel this is one of them, so i was a little dissapointed that it didnt but now i think i can with some minor changes to my tune, my a/f were still on the rich side at 10.6 but that is being measured in the tail pipe so i need to take into consideration .3 drop. I am going to buy a wbo2 soon to go in my race pipe.
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    hey enash, how's your tranny holding up?
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    Quote Originally Posted by farBeyondDriven View Post
    hey enash, how's your tranny holding up?
    very well in fact, I am more concerned about the rear diff than the tranny at this point. I do drive my car EXTREMELY hard. track days etc. heck my daily drive is usually as hard a a track event. I even caused my stock brake fluid to almost boil on the street, I do try to be very smooth tho, all my shifts are rev matched, i do double clutch alot as well. My 02 bugeye had upgraded gears and i broke the rear diff pretty bad and that was will only 240 whp. I upgraded to the "uncle scotty's " coctail and where i used to be concerned about gear breakage i am no longer! drive it like i stole it everyday and hope for the best, 55k with the last almost 20k being with these mods!

    for the 03 tranny!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yossarian
    Even if your car was stock, your chances of warranty coverage are about as good as a retarded chimp trying to do a calculus problem while high on pcp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enash99 View Post
    this was awhile ago so i wonder if he has poped his motor
    that's a possibility too

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