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This is a discussion on New WRX Owner No Receipts Please Help! within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; What I meant was the Website structure. It choppy and comes up with that busy server page to much. You ...

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    What I meant was the Website structure. It choppy and comes up with that busy server page to much. You guys are great! Its just the website itself. I took some shoots of what Im trying to figure out how to work/program. The TTimer isent as much as of a issue as the Diff Controller, which, I couldnt even guarantee as a fact. I know, Im a dumass. And the TTimer, I dont get A/F readings alone, but O2 reading and A/F & o2 readings together. Any issues there. And what kind of numbers should I be running under the A/F & O2 readings? Any info would be great guys.




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    #1, that AFR gauge in the apexi TT is weaksos, as it's narrow band, and about as accurate/precise as a hand grenade.

    The DEFI controller, is for the gauges, not a DIFF.

    The site's issue, we're working/dealing with, as it has went through a series of changes in the past month (software, firmware, hardware, etc.)

    Sit tight.. they'll have it straightened out, soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post
    ProdriveX - the turbo apears to have a stock heatshield, so I'd guess that it's a stock turbo.. the writing on it looks like the same style as stock.






    Acrdys - wtf you talking about?
    I was talking about how my turbo was red colored... I noticed my turbo was red colored when I changed my dp. I tried to get a pic but the damn heatshield is in the way.

    Is there something different about my turbo if it's red?

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    Nice. Thanks guys. Especially Rogan. Man of the day right there. I'll keep a look out for another TTimer. No point in using a hand granade. Keep it clean.

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    the TT isn't the problem..
    it's using it as an A/F gauge, is where the problem lies..

    PLX Devices Inc. - Custom Digital Gauges, Wideband O2 Air Fuel Ratio, OBD 2, Data Loggers has some nice, less-expensive wideband O2 kits.
    W-I-D-E-B-A-N-D being the operative word
    Rogan o_0
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    I found great manuals here:
    http://ken-gilbert.com/impreza-manuals

    AWD Turbo should be the Law!

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    Toolz! YOU DA MAN!

    Rogan! YOU DA MAN TOO!

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