Conversation Between EvoEatr and konejjo

Conversation Between EvoEatr and konejjo

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  1. Lol!! You cool peoples man!! Well I guess I'm gonna look at getting the 500$ cuz yes it's better I get somthing with warrantee and that will fit. What other mods you recomend. I'm not ready for the injectors or turbo but witch one would you recomend for my sti?? Sorry for so many questions. But I don't know much about these cars but I like to learn much!! Well what other mods you think I can get before the injectors and turbo?? Thanx bro!!
  2. well its really up to you..don't let my personal opinion sway what you purchase..lol...I'm just saying I Personally wouldn't put some generic header on my WRX....Your getting up there though..and at least you have a 6 spd...I'm on my 2nd 5 spd...LOL..hmmm other options..I was looking at a Cusco header for oh around $1300 LOL...Ive heard I believe Agency Power makes decent headers..Ive seen them for around $550 I think..lol..
  3. Yup!! You right about that. Any suggestions on some cheaper ones. I have a custom tune by John at hb.I have a Megan black catback exhaust helix down pipe w/cat walbro fuel pump k&n typhoon air intake. Mostly all bolt ons. Little kids stuff hahaha!! But I manage to get 304.8 hp and 345 lb of torque. That was with out the walbro pump and the nice clutch hahaha!! But like I said it's kids stuff compared to your ride I suppose!! Well I was getting a non brand name for a 100$. Guess it's a bad idea huh!!!
  4. Yo man...hmmm I have the stock headers on my WRX..prob restrictive when im going to be tuning to around 600 HP LOL...anyways If you can afford it I would go with a decent brand of header...keep this in mind you get what you pay for...Ive seen some "ebay" headers and such and the fit is never good as is the poor quality such as the welds...Like I said if you can afford it I would prob get something brand name...
  5. Sup bro. Thinking about getting headers. My question generic or non generic?? What are the pros and cons!! Another thing is I don't want that "ricey" sound so I wanna still go with uneaqual length!! Even though I know the equal length is better!! The price on those brand name headers are very expensive. That's why my question is generic or non generic??? Give me your input thanx alot
  6. Hey dude no prob. take it easy..yeah I enjoy talking to anyone about Subies..
  7. Here's the thing why I think it got messed up. Don't laugh! I got some engine cleaner and washed it and a couple days later the hessitation started but didn't think about that dirt and water might have gone in there. So now I know. Well I think if water got in the sensor it still might go bad again. But so far so good. I'm enjoying my custom tune again. Don't worry bout the clutch it can't hurt the car now it much more torquier and tots lots of balls. Well if it does it again I know what it is and get a sensor. Hit me up!! Thanx a million!! I'll have more question for you
  8. Whats up man long time no talk....TPS huh..hmmm...Usually if there is a problem with those it will throw a code for it...Did you adjust the sensor at all when you reinstalled fore I believe the holes are oblong?..I'm somewhat surprised this happened to be your problem fore the TPS's never really gave/give us any issues with the exception of the H6's back in the early 2000's...I suppose what your asking about is like a preventative maintenance...Did the sensor appear dirty to you?...When it comes to the TPS there really isn't anything you can do..Its a variable resistor known as a potentiometer and if dirt or something gets in there I suppose it could throw things off.. as said it is a sensor and sensors get dirty/go bad after a while...I'm glad you got it fixed though.. Sorry for kind of steering you in the wrong direction with the clutch..just giving advice from the info I was given...It is difficult to diag over the internet.. lol...anyways take it easy man...
  9. Sounds like some good stuff to me...The only thing I would prob do though is keep the stock flywheel and either get it resurfaced or get a new stock OEM one..Fore Ive seen people get misfire codes for lightweight flywheels, than its back to pulling the trans again..Cusco and Exedy though are two of the best aftermarket brands out there...No prob though man...keep me updated...
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