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    question about stages..

    1st stage, 2nd stage, 3rd stage..
    a bit confused what each stages are about..
    and how are they different..
    and how to tell.. i hear and see few things about stage
    and it has got to do with computers in car..
    or am i just too confused and stupid ? -_-
    03' C i

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    Each manufacturer has their own "staged" progression.

    I believe I actually ran across them in a f.a.q. thread a while back. "subtle hint"

    Usually a stage 1 is just a reflash

    stage 2 would bring in a uppipe and dp, maybe a turbo back exhaust

    stage 3 bigger turbo

    stage 4 larger intercooler.
    Totally stock...yep uh huh :P

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    Registered User bluerex47's Avatar
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    do a search for txs stages or something like that. there is a real nice webpage that lists them all (cobb, vishnu, txs). but, mostly Driver is right.

    stage 1 - reflash (cobb)
    stage 2 - reflash plus uppipe/downpipe (cobb, txs)
    stage 3 - stg 2 plus injectors/pump i think (not turbo upgrade) (txs, cobb not out yet)
    stage 4 - turbo upgrade plus all other components (txs, cobb stage 2.5)

    for vishnu, go to their site. i think
    - chris
    04 wrx, 04 corvette, 66 GTO
    ACT installed at Gears at 44k...

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