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    Hey everyone i have a 2013 wrx right now and I'm undecided if I'm going stage 2 this coming spring or not. If I do I want to make sure i have enough funds for a rebuilt motor. I'm seeing prices from 3k up to 10k lol
    So my ? For you guys is would 4-5k put aside be enough to rebuild my engine for a reliable stage 2 wrx? possibly bump up to the 350whp range.
    I won't be doing any of the work so the cost as to include labor.
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    This depends entirely on what will be "built" into the rebuilt block. But honestly if you have a built block it is no longer "stage 2". It will be far beyond that. Stage two is strictly bolt on mods, that being an intake and a full turbo back exhaust with a tune. Whether that be protune or with a Cobb Accessport is entirely up to the owner.

    So I guess in summation, I'm confused as to what you want out of your build and what you are asking. Or is this a question as to how much money to set aside for a rebuilt motor when (if) you blow up your motor on stage 2?
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    How much money to put aside if or when my car decides to have a ring land failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13WrXx View Post
    How much money to put aside if or when my car decides to have a ring land failure.
    Well I'm not entirely sure about that. IMO if you do tune properly and install the parts properly and don't drive the car around like a jackass everywhere then you can avoid the problem of a blown up motor all together....
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    Including labor, I'd be thinking you'd need at least $4k-5k...that'd probably be for the price of rebuilding your current motor.
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    Yea I don't drive my car like an ass at all . I just like knowing i have the power when I want to use it. It's strictly a dd.
    I just called 2 shops one quoted me at 11k and the other 3500. Big difference

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    How long should a rebuilt motor with cp pistons last? At stage 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13WrXx View Post
    How long should a rebuilt motor with cp pistons last? At stage 2
    No way of knowing...9 million different factors go into that. Generally speaking, rebuilt motors have a tendency to not last near as long as stock even though they are made to handle more power for that shorter life cycle.
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    But I will also say this...if you want a rebuilt motor that's more robust...staying at Stage 2 is probably going to be a waste.
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    yea i just dont want to run into tranny issues too tho. but like i said i dont drive like an ass and bang through all my gears and i neve shift at redline

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    A properly tuned S2 car should last as long as a stock one
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    Seems like there is way more confidence on clubwrx than nasioc. I've read so many threads on nasioc that it's been scaring the **** out of me

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13WrXx
    Seems like there is way more confidence on clubwrx than nasioc. I've read so many threads on nasioc that it's been scaring the **** out of me
    If your car blows up @ S2, there's either something off with the tune or the car would've blown up stock.
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    Is there constant dataloggin and what not when stage 2? I would be going to efi to get a protune. Or is it mainly just watchin boost and afr levels?

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    I know it's a good idea to always watch for knock count and everything but just curious if having a cobb v3 and just running the gauges at all times.

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