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    What an awesome journey your post has taken. Love your detailed pictures as well. Without a doubt the best year / color and model STI.
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    I've pulled the CAI off the car and gone back to the short ram, every time it rained it would throw a code for the maf voltage, requiring a ecu reset to clear. It'll go back on in the summer, the 4degree above ambient is too good to miss out on.

    Finally got a wide band so that I can monitor the car better and dial the OTS tune in with the intake:




    I've got the 5V out wired into the analog input from the rear O2 sensor so I can log the wideband without needing a laptop and serial cable hooked up.


    Then the multi disk changer died, and I took it apart to attempt to get the disks out and while it was apart I did a color change on the buttons:



    Finally got a turbo blanket from PTP and got around to installing it:




    This is the craziest thing, I left the garage after installing it and did several pulls and quickly pulled back into the garage and was able to touch the turbo heat shield without burning myself.
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    Finally getting close to a Protune, so time to make sure the fuel system can handle it

    ID1000's


    DW300


    Install time
    fuel pump was straight forward, but the supplied wires from DW were a smaller gauge than the stock wires


    Assembled pump assembly


    new vs old injectors:


    using the data from Injector Dynamics until a protune in October, wide band was happy during a pull and looks good in closed loop.

    Moved the AOS to make some more room for a GR intercooler that's waiting to be installed
    GR vs GD intercooler:



    Before AOS move:


    after the IAG rotated turbo / Big intercooler bracket:


    GR intercooler bracket is here:


    I didn't feel like trying to fight with the lower end of the bracket where it would bolt to the TGV's


    GR intercooler installed


    Spliter fitment:



    Going to have to do some work on the spliter to get the most out of the bigger intercooler.
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