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    http://m.ebay.com/itm?itemId=350800789800 bad link I guess try this one

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    Update, I ordered a stock speedometer and am selling the meth kit to a friend

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    Just FYI, you really shouldn't be driving that anywhere without an intercooler.
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    I'm not driving it and it has an intercooler it's just not mounted lol

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    what do u mean "not mounted"...

    Y pipe not connected or the two bolts near the downpipe and one near the windshield washer res. area not bolted down... Throttle body hose connected? this is a simple task to do. if you have a socket set and know righty tighty lefty loosey you can easily mount this and stop at the hardware store and buy the proper bolts/hose clamps.
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    Yeah it's all connected it's just not mounted down. I have to get the mounts and bolts and it'll be good to go. It's kinda just sitting there. I have no idea why, but then again the previous owners seemed like they were idiots anyway so I stopped asking these questions

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    You should get a stock bypass valve and get rid of that blow off valve.

    What is the intake area looking like?

    So as the intercooler is in, we need to know the CEL codes it is throwing. If you were to get an opensource cable you could read those and flash an appropriate map and possibly get it running correctly. Otherwise it will indicate what hardware needs to be replaced. The ECU is limiting it to 3K RPM because it sees a major issue and is staying in limp home mode.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Im_Aquaman View Post
    ...the previous owners seemed like they were idiots anyway so I stopped asking these questions
    This made me laugh

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    I'm not familiar with that intake. Personally I'd find a cheap used stock setup and put it back. If you had the stock airbox etc. you could use an off the shelf map (opensource can be found free) for your tune probably. With that you will need a good etune at minimum.

    Is the exhaust stock (or can you take a pic closer on the turbo showing the downpipe?

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    The exhaust isnt stock it has a 3.5 inch straightpipe no muffler or catylitic converter lol
    First I'm going to fix the dangerous things first making it safe to drive, then I'm going to continue replacing everything making it as stock as possible. One piece at a time lol
    There's a shop nearby that can professionally tune it for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by mycologist View Post
    NOT plug and play at all, that is why they are cheap. They have to take them out young there for env. regs.
    I came across you saying this and am confused. The EJ207 V7 specifically is very close to plug n play. Ill be doing this swap myself soon. And define "cheap" 3500-6500 depending on if you get the whole motor isnt that cheap imo. lol


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    with an 02 there wouldnt be much to change.


    because my suggestion would be EJ207 and be done with it. The whole kit. Everything. Full JDM STi Drive train. Then you can keep your STi badges. It would be an STi.

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    No, it's not at all easy. You will need the JDM harness and JDM ECU. In fact, it is the most difficult of all swaps. I thought I already explained this to you? Also, $3600 my ass.
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