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    You can get gauges: Wideband AFR, Boost, and EGT or oil pressure perhaps are very good to know
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    The new cobb accessport has most of those gauges already right?

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    i called The Shop in ct today and he qouted me for $3500 which i thought was really good! I looked up some reviews about theem they seem to do real good work. and he was nice and sounded like he knew what he was talkinig about on the phone.

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    I've had to rebuild my motor I got quotes from various people including subaru and pretty much every quote was consistent with roughly 6k pretty much everywhere. It also depends on what the built motor will consist of. For a stock rebuild you'll be looking at 6k solid pretty much everywhere. Those are the quotes that I got from various people anyways.

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    a built stage 2 motor? does that even exist? no injectors? headers?

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    If I built my motor I would prob go with injectors, fp, and tmic and that's it.

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    depending one what level you want your "stage 2" to be and what mods you do you might be better off doing the injectors fuel pump and tmic now.

    with that said, you can't go wrong with EFI logics and a mike botti tune.

    as with anything in life plan for the worst, hope for the best. engine goes, you need a new block, heads are screwed. put away/save 10k and call it a day. that way you can either just use the $$ for a new car or rebuild the wrx. assuming you have it paid off already

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    I have most of it paid off. I could pay it off now I just want to keep building my credit. But I want to put the least amt of parts on my car for now. And if anything does happen that's when ill add the injectors tmic n fp.

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    so you're guna need a cobb AP (efi only tunes with the AP), and a downpipe (catted or catless). the intake is fine under 300whp, and the bpv and tmic are ok if you keep the tune conservative. pretty simple right there. where are you located? im right near efi

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    I'm in north jersey about 2 hrs from efi. My setup is going to be invidia catted, ap, most likely the cobb sf with box just for the turbo sound and I already have te spt catback. And I would ask for a very conservative safe tune. I'm not all about the numbers. If rather have my brand new car last a real long time lol.

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    Obviously not the same engine, but my '04 has been S2 for over 150k miles now. I guess i haven't followed along a lot with the changes to the engines over the years, but i would think you'd be fine for a while if you're generally timid. I wasn't at first, and still do the occasional once a week pull getting on the freeway. Trans problems shouldn't really show up unless you slam gears or launch it often. 222k miles on my stock trans too... 222k on my stock clutch even.
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    Wow that's alot of miles! I think I'm still just going to do wheels and tires first and if I still have some extra cash left over for stage 2 ill do it in the spring/summer

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