I've liked it so far. The new sound takes a while to get used to, but now that I am used to it I prefer it over the stock. I can't really say that I noticed any gains from it power-wise, so that could either be that there wasn't any gain or because I'm a bigger guy so it takes more for me to notice any gain. Depending on your end goal I'd say it's definitely worth it (especially at that price). Since I plan to go E85 and wanted the FMIC, there was no reason for me not to get it. You mentioned needing the right TP tune and I talked to Eric before buying one because I was going to get one of the 73mm KS Techs that a ton of people seem to like. He prefers the Typhoon over the KS Tech because of issues he'd had with them in the past, which is why I went with the Typhoon instead.hey man, what do you think of that typhoon intake? was it worth it? I have the option to get one for cheap (70 bucks) and kept reading mixed reviews. I know I need a tune for it and have the appropriate TP tune for the intake so that shouldnt be an issue.
Didn't get my car washed like I had hoped which is why I didn't post anything up. Here they are - hope you don't mind dirt and bird poop. I'll be washing it this week before a regional Subaru meet this weekend and try to get some pics while I'm there.More car porn please!
Only in reverse? That seems odd - I don't think I've heard of that beforeI was kind of in the same boat. I know I want to switch to E85 before I rack up another 50k miles but haven't saved yet. Plus I'm still dealing with my power steering squel when its cold and only in reverse.
Thanks - that's what I was leaning towards, but wasn't sure if anyone would have a reason to go to 44mm now instead.I haven't heard much anywhere on pnp but you should be more then fine with a tial 38mm wastegate.
Huh...the gear shouldn't have any affect on the pump...thats weirdyeah its weird, only when I turn the wheel a little to the left or right it squels but when its above 45deg its fine...I'm still searching the threads.
If you aren't set on a brand yet, from what I've heard recently Southbend clutches are pretty great. I got to drive my bro-in-law's bugeye with one before it was totaled and it felt really close to stock. Once my clutch inevitably goes out (surprised it's held up for 82k miles so far) that's what I'll be putting in.Huh...the gear shouldn't have any affect on the pump...thats weird
Talking about weird my car was squealing loud on cold start yesterday in the rain. Sounded like the chirping from the trow out bearing just much much louder lol
I'm sure that's exactly what it was though, my clutch is toast...everhthing...bearings, pressure plate, disk...competition clutch kit will be in the future soon
Not a problem - I'm fine with chatting about other stuff in hereSorry, didn't mean to take away from your build question. Have you found any more info on what EWG size and brand your wanting? What's your thoughts on Tial?