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This is a discussion on SoCal WRX FlatFour (F4) within the South Western States forums, part of the Regional Discussion category; how does that turbo compare to the vf34? How is the spool and top end? how much do they usually ...

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    how does that turbo compare to the vf34? How is the spool and top end? how much do they usually run for?

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    i appreciate all of your help, i know that i have a ton of questions

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    sounds good, thanks a lot. So i should go with the vf34 you think? or the other?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheat
    how does that turbo compare to the vf34? How is the spool and top end? how much do they usually run for?
    the 16g is superior to a VF34 in every way. A Deadbolt 16g will perform more like a VF22 with the spool of a VF34...but you'll have to get a custom tune.
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    I have a VF45 on my wagon and it's nice and quick with spool up, nothing like stock spool up but still quick. i was really thinking about going to a 16g just for a little more power, and the deadblolt 16g spools just as quick as the VF34.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fahren
    I have a VF45 on my wagon and it's nice and quick with spool up, nothing like stock spool up but still quick. i was really thinking about going to a 16g just for a little more power, and the deadblolt 16g spools just as quick as the VF34.


    come to a meet. ask as many questions as you want. it's easier in person and you can see are cars and get a feel for it.
    well maybe I'll sell you mine when I decide to sell my car. :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by projectwrx31
    we have meet on july the 9th feel free to cum at the block of orange
    what time

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    are you going to be there peter

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    haha sounds like a plan. Ya i imagine its a lot easier in person than on here. I guess my only reservation on the 16g is that for the cobb map it says i will need an STI or equivalent intercooler. So that would be something else i would have to buy on top of the fuel pump/injectors/and turbo...just ends up being a little pricey...but if the power and all is worth it, then i guess ill just save more. Plus I am not sure how to install all of this stuff, so installation costs might be steep?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheat
    haha sounds like a plan. Ya i imagine its a lot easier in person than on here. I guess my only reservation on the 16g is that for the cobb map it says i will need an STI or equivalent intercooler. So that would be something else i would have to buy on top of the fuel pump/injectors/and turbo...just ends up being a little pricey...but if the power and all is worth it, then i guess ill just save more. Plus I am not sure how to install all of this stuff, so installation costs might be steep?
    some guy on here is selling his sti intercooler

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    oh nice, do you know about how much he wanted for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheat
    oh nice, do you know about how much he wanted for it?
    heres the link to it....he wanted i think $325 for the stock sti intercooler and turbo back exhaust

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    thats not bad at all for a sti fmic and sti exhaust
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