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Old 21 Dec 2006, 08:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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help choosing induction kit

hi i have a 94 wrx import,front mounted intercooler,full exhaust system,stage 1 chip,apexi induction kit,i havent had it rolling roaded yet but estimated 300 to 320 bhp im looking for a new induction kit as the apexi one is past its best,could anyone please give me some advise on what kits are on offer and what power gains can be seen.
also has anyone got an sti water spray kit for sale or knows where i can get one from.

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Hi Scott,

The K&N Typhoon is a very good induction kit.

Link: http://www.subaru-impreza.org/bbs/sh...d.php?t=14186&&
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What about the powertec one
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Hi Scott,

The K&N Typhoon is a very good induction kit.

Link: http://www.subaru-impreza.org/bbs/sh....php?t=14186&&
not sure if it fits the classic dude? wing mounted ones were for new age only iirc
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not sure if it fits the classic dude? wing mounted ones were for new age only iirc
Thanks for the info John
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Thanks for the info John
not positive mate lol, norm induction kits on classic fits in location of old airbox cos of space.
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