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    Quote Originally Posted by Donkey View Post
    I wouldn't be concerned with HP #'s too much on the stock turbo.Torque is much more important considering we are scooting around in 2.0L 4 bangers
    Agreed. Torque is what plants you into the seatback, and I have more than I thought possible with my setup. The fast spoolup is what I was wanted with this tune.

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    quick spool + good low end torque =

    some of the best numbers I've seen on a TD04

    shame on deadbolt biting the dust- I know a lot of guys paid for a life time turbo (rebuilds)
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    Quote Originally Posted by 04.SPT.WRX View Post
    Agreed. Torque is what plants you into the seatback, and I have more than I thought possible with my setup. The fast spoolup is what I was wanted with this tune.
    Donkey is absolutely correct. An STi TMIC, and I would go with a P&P exhaust manifold and crossover, would really give that thing a good shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sky WRX View Post
    shame on deadbolt biting the dust- I know a lot of guys paid for a life time turbo (rebuilds)
    They were lifetime turbos... his lifetime.
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    Nice Bill!!!

    I <3 quick torquey turbos!

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    What hp/tq numbers did it make? I can't see the pictures because my network blocks whatever site you used to host them. Thanks.
    By the way, I way jealous of the Monster TD04. I always thought that I would like to get one when my stock TD04 bit the dust, but that probably won't happen now that Deadbolt is no more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psychobooe View Post
    What hp/tq numbers did it make? I can't see the pictures because my network blocks whatever site you used to host them. Thanks.
    By the way, I way jealous of the Monster TD04. I always thought that I would like to get one when my stock TD04 bit the dust, but that probably won't happen now that Deadbolt is no more.
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    Very Nice Bill!

    I too am jealous of your turbo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psychobooe View Post
    What hp/tq numbers did it make? I can't see the pictures because my network blocks whatever site you used to host them. Thanks.
    By the way, I way jealous of the Monster TD04. I always thought that I would like to get one when my stock TD04 bit the dust, but that probably won't happen now that Deadbolt is no more.
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    I'm glad I found this thread. I've been considering this option for a while now. I know Deadbolt is no longer, but I am eye balling the Blouch service. 19T compressor upgrade... about 450 CFMs I'm thinking? I know it'll die off at top end... but wicked fast spool up and I'm glad I saw some numbers finally. You have similar mods as I, and I think for $420, this is a reasonable price with results. Protune not included. See complete list for details. Not available at all stores. Prices and participation may vary.

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    any link on how to install boost gauge?
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    This thread is from 2009. If you need a DIY on a boost gauge install... use the search, or start your own thread. It's against general forum etiquette to "bump" a thread with an off topic question.

    I'll PM you with instructions for a boost gauge installation.
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