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This is a discussion on more and more power within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I have a vf28 turbo on an sti.. am I better off upgrading to a more powerfull trubo "any suggested ...

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    I have a vf28 turbo on an sti.. am I better off upgrading to a more powerfull trubo "any suggested ones?" or by the replacing the sti top mounted ic by a front mounted intercooler? plus do i get huge gains by using a lightened drive shaft and pullyes or just okay changes?

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    Definetely wrong section. Try the performance section.
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    you have a jdm 2.0 STi motor , i personally would stick with the stock tmic

    and just upgrade the turbo (vf34 ported n polished) get a full catless turbo back exhaust system, a upgraded samco turbo "inlet hose" , and ecutek reflash & dyno tuned.

    i'm sure someone in Jordan Rallies a Subaru , I would try and find out where they get there tuning / parts from?
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