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Old 14-09-2009, 05:17 PM
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stock standard gc8 wrx runs 2 p.s.i if your looking to boost hard but not blow nething you wana boost round 14-15 thats wot i ran mine at, she had a bit of poke but nothing broke :P but my advice get sum coin togetha nd jst mod the lot nd tune only way to go.
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Old 14-09-2009, 05:27 PM
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stock standard gc8 wrx runs 2 p.s.i if your looking to boost hard but not blow nething you wana boost round 14-15 thats wot i ran mine at, she had a bit of poke but nothing broke :P but my advice get sum coin togetha nd jst mod the lot nd tune only way to go.
wow 2 psi are u serious?
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Old 14-09-2009, 05:35 PM
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2psi, maybe on his china boost guage.
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0.2 bar?? lol
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but the ebay ad said the guage was top quality.........you cant trust anyone hey.
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Think some one replaced his turbo with a hairdryer..... 2psi lmao!!
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stock standard gc8 wrx runs 2 p.s.i if your looking to boost hard but not blow nething you wana boost round 14-15 thats wot i ran mine at, she had a bit of poke but nothing broke :P but my advice get sum coin togetha nd jst mod the lot nd tune only way to go.
2 psi? what the fuck have you been smoking....

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stock standard gc8 wrx runs 2 p.s.i if your looking to boost hard but not blow nething you wana boost round 14-15 thats wot i ran mine at, she had a bit of poke but nothing broke :P but my advice get sum coin togetha nd jst mod the lot nd tune only way to go.

lol 2 psi??

MY92 - MY96 WRX, Turbo: TD05, Boost: 11psi
(Please note that the WRX has been out in Japan since 1992, hence the MY92)

MY97 - MY98 WRX, Turbo: TDO4-13G, Boost: 13.5psi

MY99 - MY00 WRX, Turbo: TD04L, Boost: 14.5psi

V5STi, Turbo: VF28, Boost: 17.5psi (JDM), 16psi (Aus de-tune)
(Please note that the V5 STi was delivered with 17.5psi but too many people popped engines due to sheet fuel so Subaru Aust de-tuned most models to 16psi)

MY01 - MY02 WRX, Turbo: TD04L-13G, Boost: 13.5psi

MY02 STi, Turbo: VF35, Boost: 16.4psi

MY03 - MY05 WRX, Turbo: TD04L, Boost: 13.5psi

MY03 - MY05 STi, Turbo: VF35, Boost: 16.4spi
(I'm assuming 03-05 STi specs are the same, someone please correct me if these figures aren't correct)

MY03 - MY06 Forester XT, Turbo: TD04L, Boost: 11.6psi

MY06 - MY07 WRX, Turbo: TD04L, Boost: 13.5psi

MY06 - MY07 STi, Turbo: VF43, Boost: 14.93psi

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I'm hoping he means 12psi like his post on the previous page.

Then that just means cheap china gauge is reading slightly under (as expected).

Although 2psi would explain how the evo dishes chop
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Which model of STI running VF34??? ANyone knows?
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