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    whining noise when boosting

    i have a 2011 wrx sedan with an invidia exhaust and cobb down pipe, cobb access port, cobb short ram intake, and a forge recirculation valve. recently i have been hearing a weird whining noise when im boosting anyone that has had anything similar please help me out

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    Registered User UEDan's Avatar
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    Sounds like normal turbo noise to me.

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    Registered User 98sob's Avatar
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    I'd check for leaks, especially around your forged recirc valve. But that would cause a more "party noisemaker" sound.

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    Search for Throttle Body to Intercooler Hose.

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    Are you still getting your full boost?
    2013 WRX sedan - MODS = pretty much every bolt on besides a bigger turbo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UEDan View Post
    Sounds like normal turbo noise to me.
    Was quite the audible post, wasn't it?

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