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This is a discussion on FMIC, when are they needed? within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by MainFrame Treadstone cores are some of the best, and ETS makes excellent products. If I decide to ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MainFrame
    Treadstone cores are some of the best, and ETS makes excellent products. If I decide to upgrade my FMIC I will be having ETS make it.
    I love the ETS FMIC kit. If/when I finally go rotated, it'll be run on an ETS FMIC...
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    I got the ETS rotated turbo kit for Tial v-band housings.. it's a work of art (and inexpensive!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MainFrame
    I got the ETS rotated turbo kit for Tial v-band housings.. it's a work of art (and inexpensive!).
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    In due time.. I just opened the box, looked it over, boxed it back up and dropped it off at the shop. Tear down is going on this week, then it all goes back together on the 17th. With any luck it will be ready to tune by the 1st week of September.

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    that ETS core ... gahh... pure sex.

    but they dont offer a quality tmic
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    Quote Originally Posted by mangostick
    that ETS core ... gahh... pure sex.

    but they dont offer a quality tmic
    Uhhh...
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    They don't offer one that's compatible with Shawn's WRX (2010)
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrx50 View Post
    I run a FMIC on my 2011 with the stock vf52. I don't have any lag issues. I make full boost of 20 psi by 3100 rpms. Cleans up the engine bay too

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    It's also really easy to spool a stock turbo...I spool my HTA68 with a FMIC at 3200rpm. And I'm willing to be that makes a bit more power than stock..

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    Quote Originally Posted by zax
    They don't offer one that's compatible with Shawn's WRX (2010)
    Not their fault that Subaru decided to use a turbo with a stupid flange
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Not their fault that Subaru decided to use a turbo with a stupid flange
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drews

    It's also really easy to spool a stock turbo...I spool my HTA68 with a FMIC at 3200rpm. And I'm willing to be that makes a bit more power than stock..
    Is this you agreeing?

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    What good TMIC or FMIC are good to get?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubiEj255 View Post
    What good TMIC or FMIC are good to get?
    The most popular right now is the ProcessWest TMIC. ETS is one of the best FMIC systems, though Perrin makes a decent small-core FMIC. Both are going to run you about $1000
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    How is fitment with FMIC's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubiEj255 View Post
    How is fitment with FMIC's?
    Which FMIC? For most FMIC you must remove the front bumper beam and support. This is not recommended.
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