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This is a discussion on Stage II power upgrade within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by Maximus1975 Is a COBB Stage II the best way to go? Compare to your previous post about ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus1975
    Is a COBB Stage II the best way to go?
    Compare to your previous post about the GP Moto upgrade path. For $3000, that's ridiculously expensive when gains are same/similar when having AP stage 2. Then you went further having other things, which concluded your price to $5000 worth of upgrade for whatever hp it claimed.

    Read up first before spending that much... it'll save you a lot of money for the gains you're looking for.

    Like what everyone else said, this is the easiest, reliable mod path you can go for. The gains are impressive when comparing to a stock one.
    Last edited by Me&05WRX; 07-09-2006 at 05:12 PM.
    I might be back in the market for the new STI sedan!

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    Then COBB it is!

    Like I said, I dont know the COBB from the corn, but if everyone's advice is to go cobb stage II, then I have my answer.

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    However if you are willing to spend 5 G's...which I wish I could get some biigg power and suspension and have a beast on your hands.
    2006 WRX TR: TurboXS RFL-Ti TBE, GR+ Pro Coilovers and all supporting suspension mods, Stage 3 block with CP pistons, 18g, P&L FMIC, deatschwerk 750cc injectors, PPG gears

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