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This is a discussion on Rough cost to hit 300+hp in a 2012-2014 wrx within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; i know a TMIC would also be needed with that setup, or strongly suggested. and you could probably get more ...

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    i know a TMIC would also be needed with that setup, or strongly suggested. and you could probably get more then 300 hp with that setup. With an aftermarket BOV, 3 port ebcs on there, a CAI, DP, upgraded fuel system and TMIC with a solid pro tune, you could reach your goal no doubt around $2.5 for all that prob if you get recommended parts
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    I've spent around 1200 in new and slightly used parts.

    For that I have a cat less dp, ebcs, fuel pump, injectors, new tmic, aos.

    Nothing is installed yet as I am waiting for my tuner to get an opening for me to bring the car over to get everything put on (both me, him and our other friend doing the install), plus we're doing tgv deletes.

    I'm looking for around 330ish to the wheels hp/tq.

    Meth or corn is going to fall into the mix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdeitrich
    True. but for that money he could upgrade the fuel system and buy an intake, could he not? most of what i know i learned from you and mainframe haha so please correct me if im wrong
    Yes. There are always tradeoffs. Again, he hasn't even commented on what he really wants and where he wants to make his power. He could simply be looking to be at stock STI power, at which point a simple reflash would more than do the trick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Yes. There are always tradeoffs. Again, he hasn't even commented on what he really wants and where he wants to make his power. He could simply be looking to be at stock STI power, at which point a simple reflash would more than do the trick.
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    I recommend you look at some of the build threads that ended up dynoing their build. If you find a comparable dyno to the one that you want to use, you can get an idea of what parts are needed, and then reverse engineer the price from there.

    You could also talk to a good tuner.

    When I got on the dyno, I was at 325/385 (on a higher-reading dyno, so probably 300/350 on a mustang or equivalent), and that's exactly what I wanted from the car.
    2013 DGM WRX - Perrin CAI | PW TMIC | Forge BPV | Cobb DP | GS EBCS | DW 65C Pump | Perrin ELH & Uppipe | NGK One-Step Colder | Bren ProTune
    Best Time (on 4.21.13): 12.26 sec @ 113 mph

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