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    02 WRX INJECTORS

    Hey everyone, i have a 2002 WRX i am looking to get more power for my car. Currently i have the Cobb AP with a full TBE and a catless up-pipe, also a high performance clutch with coilovers. I have a full CAI but it is not installed. I found a good deal on some 815cc modded injectors and fuel pump, said it went throught the flow test and everything went well. My question is should i do the injectors or is it to much for the stock turbo? Also what else should i look at doing other then a upgraded tmic or fmic and a bigger turbo. I was looking at cross pipes and/or headers.

    BTW, i will be getting a pro tune on the side of all of this.

    let me know what you think, i am kind of a newbie at all of this.
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    even with a stock turbo, you should eliminate the bottlenecking that stock components impose. Thats the UP and DP, fuel system (injector and fuel pump), intercooler, boost controller, and bpv (bpv is dependent on how much boost you will be pushing). Dont worry about the injectors being too large. Better for later down the road when you want a turbo swap. I have 1000cc injectors on my stock 2011 wrx VF52 turbo. If you are getting protuned find a CREDIBLE tuner ASAP. talk to them and see what they recommend and like to work with. Thats what i did and it payed off. I made the dependable power i wanted with minimal parts to save money. Let me know if you have any other questions, i will be glad to help where i can. honestly E85 is the way to go. look into it.

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    Thank you I will, I just am making sure I have all the info before I get to deep haha. I live in east Idaho and a guy here is really amazing all of the Subaru enthusiasts go to him. I'll let you know how everything goes. I decided to go with the EWG and have him tune for that as of right now and see what all I need after that.

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