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    WRX 300+ WHP

    I have a 2014 WRX Hatchback and i'm looking to put down at least 300 WHP. How can i achieve this?

    I have been hearing alot of things about COBB CAI and COBB Accessport. Also about downpipes.

    I'm looking into buying the invidia n1 race with the invidia downpipe how does the CAI and the Accessport work? What is this stage 1 stage 2 thing? Can someone help me clarify :P

    -Newbie

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    A downpipe and intake would likely put you close.
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    CBE, DP, TMIC, BOV, CAI, maybe headers, and other supporting mods if u want it more reliable

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    I witnessed a 2014 WRX dyno at 305awhp/345ft lbs yesterday with a Cobb CAI with air box and a full Invidia catted turbo back exhaust. (And a pro tune, of course)
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    Quote Originally Posted by kdeitrich View Post
    CBE, DP, TMIC, BOV, CAI, maybe headers, and other supporting mods if u want it more reliable
    The more mods he throws at the car, the less reliable it will be. He should start with an intake and TBE. That would likely get him to his goal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drews View Post
    The more mods he throws at the car, the less reliable it will be. He should start with an intake and TBE. That would likely get him to his goal.
    Indeed.

    OP, just make sure you are using an access port and you or whoever is doing it understands how to properly use it. If you install an intake and TBE without a proper tune via access port it will damage your engine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drews View Post
    The more mods he throws at the car, the less reliable it will be.

    ^this



    Quote Originally Posted by 360glitch View Post
    OP, just make sure you are using an access port

    There is no need for an Access Port, as long as it's tuned properly, that's what matters.

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    Good tuner, intake, exhaust + the right dyno. Basically, what Drews said will get you there.

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