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    What to do after stage 2?

    Hey guys, I have a 2013 wrx that ull be bringing to stage 2 here pretty quick. I kinda have an idea of what I want to do after I have the full exhaust on the vehicle, but I was wondering what everyone each kinda thinks is the best way to go after stage 2 and onward.

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    Suspension, brakes - if not already on the program...
    You can't have everything - where would you put it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingo View Post
    Suspension, brakes - if not already on the program...


    agreed


    Personally, I would go with ELH, TMIC, EWG, EBCS/MBC, BPV, CAI, along with the TBE, and a professional tune. As well as struts/springs/tophats, sways/endlinks, bushings, brake pads, ss lines, master cylinder brace, and light wheels along with good tires.

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    Those are both good, like I said I think I know what im going to do with mine, but I'm just wondering what everyone else does. I guess for me it'd be building towards a 20g along with e85 tune. So the injectors, fuel rails, fuel pump etc...

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    Your stock rails will be fine.. but you're going to want the stuff that I listed (EWG would be optional).

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    I don't know if the elh and ewg would be needed though do they? That'd just be for more power if I wanted them down the road, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by subarus View Post
    I don't know if the elh and ewg would be needed though do they? That'd just be for more power if I wanted them down the road, right?


    Not necessary, no. An EWG might be needed if you're running stock turbo with a catless TBE. Thing is, if you decide you want to add ELH at a later date, you will have to pay for another tune.

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    Yeah I see your point with another tune for sure, that's why I would get to e85 and 20g at the same time, so I can save money instead of protuning twice. And especially since I need to travel for a reputable shop to get my car tuned...

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