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I own a 2013 WRX Sedan
This is what I have done so far and the direction that I'm going in.
Looking for about 350whp when all is said and done.

Exterior:
Rally Armour mud flaps
Subaru OEM rain guards
Black special edition badges
Side body moldings
JDM vinyls chrome delete
Vinyl emblem overlays

Driveline:
Kartboy front and rear shifter bushing
WhiteLine positive shift kit
Kartboy shift linkage bushings
Kartboy pivot bushings*
Beatrush propeller shaft mounts
WhiteLine rear differential inserts
WhiteLine rear positive traction kit
Beatrush forged pitch stop mount

Suspension:
WhiteLine swaybar 22mm rear (Middle setting)
Kartboy Endlinks
GoodRidge stainless steel brake lines

Engine Modifications:
Cobb down pipe catted
Cobb SF Intake
Cobb air box DEI reflectagold lined
Invidia N1 cat back
GrimSpeed heat shield
PTP turbo blanket
Custom Stage2 Tuned by Brentuning
Grimmspeed AOS
Cobb EBCS
Grimmspeed TMIC

Interior Mods:
SPT short throw shifter and bushing
WC Lathe Werks custom shifter
Cobb AP and dash mount

Now for the near future:
DW65c fuel pump
750-1000cc Injectors
Wideband 02 sensor
Killer B Equal Length Headers ( I'm selling a kidney)
Re Tune by BrenTuning Charlton Ma


*Awaiting installation
 

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Looking fresh man!
 

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They are a pain to remove because the 3M adhesive is very stick.
If you pull them off right like the window seal they will com off clean. If it did leave residue, you could just wipe it off with a little rubbing alcohol.
Where the stick is inside out of view.
If your tinting the windows,do the tint first. I'll have to take them off if I tint my windows.
 

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Nice build so far:) if you are going to install the DW65C NASIOC has a very nicely written tutorial on it. Just an fyi I'm sure you've been researching but since I did mine I wanted to throw it out there for a fellow Subaru guy
 

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Nice build so far:) if you are going to install the DW65C NASIOC has a very nicely written tutorial on it. Just an fyi I'm sure you've been researching but since I did mine I wanted to throw it out there for a fellow Subaru guy
I appreciate the advice.
I'm getting a DW65c fuel pump and ID1000cc injectors. But my next mod will be the Process West TMIC.
Once TMIC is installed then I'll do injectors and pump. I'm trying to gain some more power, but maintain daily driver capabilities.
 

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What do you hit max boost at?
Once it was protuned I hit 17.5-18.5.psi. 17.6 has been pretty consistent.
It was spiking a little bit when I was running Cobb OTS maps.
 

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I appreciate the advice.
I'm getting a DW65c fuel pump and ID1000cc injectors. But my next mod will be the Process West TMIC.
Once TMIC is installed then I'll do injectors and pump. I'm trying to gain some more power, but maintain daily driver capabilities.
Np. Nice im getting 1000's too but not until I swap for a GT3076r, shooting for 400whp, kinda limited with the TD04 atm but I don't mind I love my 08 hatch
 

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Ok cool. i was experiencing the same problem with the ots tune. did you have to get a boost controller?
You can use the Low Waste Gate map on your tuner, or there is another one you can get from Cobb. I believe it's called Ultra low waste gate that works to. No I did not get a boost controller, I won't need one till I get to stage3. My issue was slight over boost, so my tuner tweaked it. I'm going to get retuned with my Process West TMIC. Then I'll have to get it tweaked again when I get my injectors and fuel pump. The intercooler works with everything, I'm tired of heat soak after 20-30 mins in the summer, plus it will become more efficient. 400 WHP is a good goal but keep in mind if it's your daily driver, they aren't very reliable at that level. I'm going to top out about 325WHP350 max.
I do drive it to work everyday. And where I live in south east Massachusetts, there aren't a lot of open roads. Even at 300WHP where I am now, can be frustrating because there is always traffic.
 

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My black side badges came today!
I got a quote from my tuner to finish my build. $2,400.
That's a Process West TMIC, ID1000 injectors, DW65c fuel pump and a retune.
What do you guys think is that a worthwhile deal?
The price seems correct lets get some opinions!
 
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