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This is a discussion on wagonrex vs integra type R within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally posted by flyingace Besides you can get a VF34 for very very cheap these days ( 9 ) if ...

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    Originally posted by flyingace
    Besides you can get a VF34 for very very cheap these days ( $699 ) if you look at the right websites...

    I remember VF34 when I first got the WRX. It used to be about $1300. For that kinda cash now we can have the VF34 ported, polished and ceramic coated and spooling even before stock
    Where can I buy one of those
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    Originally posted by anthonyrb98
    how would i have done if i had a vf30 or vf34 w/ supporting mods?

    does the 4eat perform well from a roll with these turbos?
    well, yes it would make a considerable difference. a bigger turbo will help open up your top end, but if you really want top end go with a vf22 or pe18 or something.... tends to be more lag, but midrange and topend is drastically increased.

    but remember, the wrx is not a top end car and the type R is. you would have definitely pulled on him with a vf30, but but all it takes for him to gain that ground back are some basic bolt on's.
    (I/H/E/cams/hondata) will have him catching up real fast
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