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This is a discussion on Stage 2 full power 05 wrx within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Hey guys I want to get all the power I can out of my stage 2 Rex ! I'm already ...

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    Stage 2 full power 05 wrx

    Hey guys I want to get all the power I can out of my stage 2 Rex ! I'm already pro tuned and I'm running a 255 fule pump boost controller catless up pipe and Dp and full exhaust. Is there anything els I can do to pull more power out of the stage 2? I don't want to upgrade the turbo becuase I don't want turbo lag. Thanks guys!

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    You might post some logs and ask that someone look them over to see how the car is running. You could also consider smaller things you may have not done initially, like IC hoses etc., and check to make sure you have no leaks anyway (the inlet is prone for example). However that's not massive power either way.
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    Oh ok so aftermarket hoses can make a difference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 05'Franco View Post
    Oh ok so aftermarket hoses can make a difference?
    Marginally.
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    What hoses do you recommend being changed ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 05'Franco View Post
    What hoses do you recommend being changed ?
    I'd start with the intercooler Y-pipe.

    You can't go wrong with Samco hoses.

    The turbo inlet is another one that is prone to leak/wear as the mileage goes up. Perrin makes a nice one.

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