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Old 04-06-2009, 01:08 AM
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Hey guys i have 256hp at the moment and have been looking at getting some mods done in the near future to the STi and have been doing lots of research and what not for that next step. My eyes are set on the GTPS02 as i hear very good things about it and is pretty much a great allround street turbo.
What would be a better option? FMIC OR TMIC i know there is plenty of pros and cons....would there be a huge lag difference between the 2?

Lets say both setups were running between 19-23psi

GTPS02
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Turbo Silicone intake
Process West CAI
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Would that setup make 300hp+ easy?

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GTPS02
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(STI TOP MOUNT)
Turbo Silicone intake
Process West CAI
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Would that just make 300hp+?

My goal is somewhere just over 300hp and hopefully enough to run an 11 sec pass.

Any info would be appreicated.

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Old 04-06-2009, 01:30 AM
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I wouldn't get your hopes up on that 11 second pass with that list.
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Squeeze in 25psi and very much a possibility - and not be scared to launch hard . FMIC probably the path to take, but nothing wrong with pushing some decent boost through the tmic as well.

And this is the turbo you should be running.
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I would go for the setup with the FMIC if i was going to run a GTPS02. It will get you over 300hp quite easily with the boost you intend to run. However, as mentioned, i would'nt get my hopes up on it running an 11sec pass for you though(easily).

Add some equal length headers into the mix to get her pumping out some more torque.
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Old 04-06-2009, 10:34 AM
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factory does it best. spec c tmic, vf36-7 twin scroll, sti silicone intake, sti fuel pump and hang on!

300hpatws and 400+nms! in an STi seriously, how could u go wrong!
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Old 04-06-2009, 10:37 AM
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Add some equal length headers into the mix to get her pumping out some more torque.
MMM Perrin Headers. Exchange rate is making them look better and better. Bound to have a sale sometime in the next 6 weeks ( never go long without one ). Ring them and order direct. Way cheeper than getting here.
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I would suggest a FMIC..I have a similar level of power mods on my 05 sti..FMIC will ensure 300hp. : )

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Old 04-06-2009, 01:50 PM
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factory does it best. spec c tmic, vf36-7 twin scroll, sti silicone intake, sti fuel pump and hang on!

300hpatws and 400+nms! in an STi seriously, how could u go wrong!
^^^^what he said.

FMIC's are shit! You'll never get an 11sec pass with the fat arse STi + 6spd (unless you chuck the keys to Sean).
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thanks for the info guys, its so hard deciding FMIC or TMIC.

11 sec is what i have my eyes set on if that mod list doesn't do it time for some more after.

I would be sure if sean was able to get 12.56 from his gf's 03 sti with 256hp with another 50-60hp im sure 11's wouldn't be a huge ask :P
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Not heaps of people running 11's on here but plenty with those kind of mods... dont set ya hopes to high and you wont be disapointed...
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