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Old 04/11/2011, 08:06 PM   #1
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Default In need of a little help

I'm boosting my NA EJ22e and need a little help/advice/direction on buttoning it up.

So far I have:
TD04L turbo with stock wastegate
Ebay header/uppipe combo
Ebay downpipe
WRX TMIC
Turbo XS rfl bov

I'm wanting to go 8 psi for now. I have 02 wrx blue injectors (not sure if they'll fit) if I need to up the fuel and will purchase a walbro as well.

My biggest fall back is engine management. I have posted on NASIOC and RS25 but noone wants to answer even though I've searched til my fingers bled and my head hurt. What should I use. I don't wanna go with the safc hack so I'm looking more at piggy back systems.

I also need to know what I missed on my parts list.

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Old 04/12/2011, 07:40 AM   #2
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Default Re: In need of a little help

Is your EJ22E maf or map? If its a map then you will need a rrfpr. EJ22E's can run 8psi tops with stock internals. I'm only running 6psi on my EJ22E which is a 97 maf. I would get a Greddy Emanage Ultimate for a stand alone.

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Old 04/12/2011, 03:20 PM   #3
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Its a MAF. Mine is a 98. I've been told its actually both map and maf.

I have been looking at the emanage. I want something that's user friendly.

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Old 04/12/2011, 07:24 PM   #4
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Default Re: In need of a little help

I'm running a Apexi SAFC2 with a 98RS Ecu to bump up my rev limiter. I hear good things about the Greddy Emanage Ultimate. Your car will not like the atmospheric bov. I have a turbo XS and had to use the SAFC2 to adjust deceleration air to prevent stalling.

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Old 04/13/2011, 10:12 AM   #5
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Default Re: In need of a little help

I was told oppsosite. That the bov would be fine atmosphericly vented.

I don't want the safc hack because there's no timing control. I plan on gong higher in boost later on so I want full engine management.

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