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    problem when letting off the gas and getting back on it

    hello i am new to this and have a problem with the car when i let off the gas and then step back right on it it spuders and hasates for a sec and then its find any help would be great thank you for the help

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    Welcome, sweet bugeye What mods and how many miles.
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    thank you and 68500 miles on it and it has intake uppipe and down pipe and exhuast thats it

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    do you have an aftermarket BOV?

    Is your ecu stock, or do you have it remapped for the intake and such? If not, and it's running the original OEM map, then there's a problem, there.

    The mods you have are requiring a different ecu map.
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    oh and it also has upgrade fule to and idk if the injectors are biger or not i cant tell i am new to this
    and thank you for the help

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    its stock as far as i know for the ecu and what kind of tune and were can i get one for the car

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    Quote Originally Posted by 02wrxman View Post
    its stock as far as i know for the ecu and what kind of tune and were can i get one for the car
    Take a read through our engine manageme threads and get a little educated on the matter, the find a reputable subaru tuner in your area. Your least expensive route will be going open-sourced tuning.
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    You could buy a Cobb Accessport or TurboXS EcuTek. Both are piggy back with preloaded maps. Usually run around 400 used, or 600 for Cobb and 1000 for utek I believe. Or if you find a tuner near you, you could get an opensource tune. Id have someone look at it and tell you if they see aftermarket parts. Otherwise could just be a dirty maf or something easy to fix.
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    02 Ws6 T-Top,m6 80k miles
    Bolt ons/Cam/tune - 436rwhp/424rwtq

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    they are after market cause it came with the stock exhaust in the car and it had a sensor in the uppipe that is not in the new uppipe and could that be part of the porblem it the sensor right befor the turbo adn thank you for the help

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    The catless up pipe should always be a first mod on 02-05 wrx. You dont need to plug that sensor in. If your car isnt tuned for the exhaust thats your problem. With a protune youd have no hesitation in throttle response.
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    02 Camaro z28 T-Tops, m6 49k miles
    Bolt ons and tuned - 349rwhp/362rwtq
    02 Ws6 T-Top,m6 80k miles
    Bolt ons/Cam/tune - 436rwhp/424rwtq

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    all right then ill have to put one in and or get a tune and thank you for the help i really appertet it

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    No prob
    Chris
    02 Camaro z28 T-Tops, m6 49k miles
    Bolt ons and tuned - 349rwhp/362rwtq
    02 Ws6 T-Top,m6 80k miles
    Bolt ons/Cam/tune - 436rwhp/424rwtq

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    Quote Originally Posted by 02wrxman View Post
    all right then ill have to put one in and or get a tune and thank you for the help i really appertet it
    seriously look into OpenSource tuning, like ROMRAIDER. there's tons of support, and a huge chance that there's a tuner for it, close to you.

    just saying..
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    '96 Dodge 2500 CTD @ 40psi - over 700 lb/ft TQ, 7" stack, and 5speed! - SOLD
    '01 Dodge 2500 CTD 6-holed hand-shaker - 3850# dual disk - 900 lb/ft - SOLD
    '97 Dodge 3500 CTD DUALLY built Auto - 40psi boosties - 750 lb/ft

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