This is a discussion on Open up a '13 wrx engine? requesting all advice and opinions within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by Heide264 If I sold car parts for a living, I would say whatever I need to sell ...
Anyway the wind blows, doesn't really matter to me,
Worlds Fastest Subaru WRX STi - YouTube esxmotorsport owns 1200 hp subaru capable of 1400hp .he also broke the record for the fastest subaru back in 2010 but thats the drag car
Start the video at 4:30 mark and listen to what goes into it. It's not specific, but will give you a good idea...especially the part about people from all over the world working on it. Think about how much that will cost...
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I guess the bottom line here is that you should probably step back and do your own research. You'd do well to go read a few books on EFI and turbocharger basics. While you can hire a tuner, you'll need a background in the area. Also... you may want to get into stock trading or something.
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and idk maybe they should but i don't know turbos to well to judge off the bat and I'm trying to lean about the engines first before moving up to turbos