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This is a discussion on cobb stage 2 vs. pops evo again within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; I have cobb stage 2 - 93 oct. I also have velocity stack for intake. I have an uppipe and ...

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    I have cobb stage 2 - 93 oct. I also have velocity stack for intake.
    I have an uppipe and downpipe with prodrive muffler. I did a dyno run last month and I got 200hp at the wheel. They told me the dyno machine they have read a lower than other dyno machince.

    For your reference, the next guy had a stock 04 STi, and he did
    220whp, so I figure I should have around 280 crank hp. Not bad for the money...

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    Originally posted by wrxinthehouse
    I need to try this out. I'm Stage II, but I also have a couple other minor things.
    So this is why you wanted to race an EVo

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    i test drove an evo last week and i was very happy to know that my RS-t is faster...when i told the dealer that this car was just "ok" and that my subaru was faster, i thought he craped his pants (i'm sure he doesn't hear that too often) he didn't believe me and wanted a ride....i took him for a ride and his disbelief was wiped of his little smug face...hehe...i had too, the retard was bashing the STi the entire test drive!

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    Originally posted by PKer
    Are you going to leave your CAI in place for the reflash?
    I didn't know Cobb had a map for a CAI.
    I think the only aftermarket intakes Cobb will support are the Blitz and Perrin short rams.

    It seems like those numbers are high for a Cobb stage2 that doesn't have a custom dyno tune. Even with a dyno tune it seems a bit high but I'm probably thinking with crappy CA 91 octane.
    Thanks for the tip. Thats exactly what I did. I took off the V1 AEM CAI. I know a lot of people believed that it caused lean condition, but my EGT never crossed 1400F( 1450 once or twice ). However I did not want it to pull timing. Now I have a green panel drop in filter and resonator removed.

    Now I'm loving it. 17.5 psi at night on stock turbo.

    What is a Velocity rack ?
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    did someone say that cobb recomends removing the intake silencer for stage 2?
    "Mike, stop spending money on your car.."

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    Numbers seem too good to be true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jurassic5
    i test drove an evo last week and i was very happy to know that my RS-t is faster...when i told the dealer that this car was just "ok" and that my subaru was faster, i thought he craped his pants (i'm sure he doesn't hear that too often) he didn't believe me and wanted a ride....i took him for a ride and his disbelief was wiped of his little smug face...hehe...i had too, the retard was bashing the STi the entire test drive!
    Just for fun, what exactly did he bash? I always get a kick out of what salesmen use to sell cars.

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