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    Question 18g or 20g

    i am looking for a 18g or a 20g tdo6 for a 2006 wrx

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    18g will be like a 16g on a 2.0 still really responsive and good power

    20g will be a bit bigger, not as laggy but makes more power(duh, lol)

    It depends on your power goals and what ur using it for

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    my car has the 2.5 ltr lookin to try getting to mid 20s on psi or higher but with out the lag right now im running stock turbo and tmic if i can get a 18g or 20g im goin to convert over to a fmic then later upgrade injectors to 850cc

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrswrx69 View Post
    my car has the 2.5 ltr lookin to try getting to mid 20s on psi or higher but with out the lag right now im running stock turbo and tmic if i can get a 18g or 20g im goin to convert over to a fmic then later upgrade injectors to 850cc
    I have the TR also, i was saying that the 16g on a 2.0 is like a 18g on a 2.5. In that they are very responsive and still boost quick. Alot comes to the tune. I would get the FMIC and Injectors first and then get the turbo. With a 18-20 it will be better to not heat soak that TMIC.

    I am going 20g and have a couple maps set for Auto X and Street

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