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Posted 7/30/10 , edited 7/30/10
Having trouble deciding on weather if you should run a FMIC or a TMIC Subie? Or what is the best engine management system for you? Ask me! I very much <3 the Crunchy Roll community and would like to give free advice to the community for people looking to fix up their Japanese cars. I have over 8 years of import tuning experience and currently work in the import industry supporting various race team and tuning companies across the US and Europe.



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Posted 7/30/10
I'm such a car guy, at first, I thought the second line said "Mopar"
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33 / M / So Cali, OC
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Haha If your in to Subies, check out one of my customer's ride I pieced for him.







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26 / M / Thessolaniki, Greece
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Posted 7/31/10
Al from DynoFlash is a beastily importer tuner that specializes in Subies, I think the other two that work there do aswell. Expert tuner to say the least.
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Yohannbear wrote:

Haha If your in to Subies, check out one of my customer's ride I pieced for him.









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Although I prefer the stock/factory body panels, it looks aggressive!
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Posted 8/2/10
My EFI tuning skill sucks, I'm a specialist in parts sourcing and hard parts modification. But i do work with many tuners across the world finding parts and giving parts advice for them.
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Posted 9/2/10 , edited 9/2/10

AWDfreak wrote:


Yohannbear wrote:

Haha If your in to Subies, check out one of my customer's ride I pieced for him.









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Although I prefer the stock/factory body panels, it looks aggressive!


OMG! i fucking love Subies i really want the 07 STI or the 99 2.5RS =D
i currently drive a 96 Honda Civic Hatchback. i have a few pics in my photos if you want to check it. but sadly ts nothing much T__T i've got dreams though lol

and i'm also into the stock look more because usually ppl like to over do it but this is one helluva mean lookin subie i give ya that haha
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Posted 9/13/10
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Where do I find parts for an RA21 Celica with an 18RG engine?

I know there's a japanese company that makes fiberglass and cf parts for the RA21, can't remember which though.
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Posted 9/14/10

Yohannbear wrote:

Having trouble deciding on weather if you should run a FMIC or a TMIC Subie? Or what is the best engine management system for you? Ask me! I very much <3 the Crunchy Roll community and would like to give free advice to the community for people looking to fix up their Japanese cars. I have over 8 years of import tuning experience and currently work in the import industry supporting various race team and tuning companies across the US and Europe.





what I want to know is where you learned all this stuff lol. I love import cars and I'd love to have the know how to actually work on one
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Yohannbear wrote:

Having trouble deciding on weather if you should run a FMIC or a TMIC Subie? Or what is the best engine management system for you? Ask me! I very much <3 the Crunchy Roll community and would like to give free advice to the community for people looking to fix up their Japanese cars. I have over 8 years of import tuning experience and currently work in the import industry supporting various race team and tuning companies across the US and Europe.





what I want to know is where you learned all this stuff lol. I love import cars and I'd love to have the know how to actually work on one


For me it started off as a hobby when i was 17, i worked on my CRX then moved on to a Ae86 then to a S13 then to a STI and EVO. For the most part a mechanical degree helps alot if you want to be a mechanic and wrench. For me what I do now is I give lots of parts advice and fitment questions ect, I dont wrench anymore but i still do it as a hobby.
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Posted 9/14/10

Yohannbear wrote:


LemonyPanda wrote:


Yohannbear wrote:

Having trouble deciding on weather if you should run a FMIC or a TMIC Subie? Or what is the best engine management system for you? Ask me! I very much <3 the Crunchy Roll community and would like to give free advice to the community for people looking to fix up their Japanese cars. I have over 8 years of import tuning experience and currently work in the import industry supporting various race team and tuning companies across the US and Europe.





what I want to know is where you learned all this stuff lol. I love import cars and I'd love to have the know how to actually work on one


For me it started off as a hobby when i was 17, i worked on my CRX then moved on to a Ae86 then to a S13 then to a STI and EVO. For the most part a mechanical degree helps alot if you want to be a mechanic and wrench. For me what I do now is I give lots of parts advice and fitment questions ect, I dont wrench anymore but i still do it as a hobby.


naw I don't want to be a mechanic, just fix cars as a hobby. I have an s14 right now, but I don't think I should risk tinkering with it as it is my only means of getting to places lol...maybe when I'm richer and have more time on my hands I'll start to mess around a bit
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Posted 9/14/10

LemonyPanda wrote:


Yohannbear wrote:


LemonyPanda wrote:


Yohannbear wrote:

Having trouble deciding on weather if you should run a FMIC or a TMIC Subie? Or what is the best engine management system for you? Ask me! I very much <3 the Crunchy Roll community and would like to give free advice to the community for people looking to fix up their Japanese cars. I have over 8 years of import tuning experience and currently work in the import industry supporting various race team and tuning companies across the US and Europe.





what I want to know is where you learned all this stuff lol. I love import cars and I'd love to have the know how to actually work on one


For me it started off as a hobby when i was 17, i worked on my CRX then moved on to a Ae86 then to a S13 then to a STI and EVO. For the most part a mechanical degree helps alot if you want to be a mechanic and wrench. For me what I do now is I give lots of parts advice and fitment questions ect, I dont wrench anymore but i still do it as a hobby.


naw I don't want to be a mechanic, just fix cars as a hobby. I have an s14 right now, but I don't think I should risk tinkering with it as it is my only means of getting to places lol...maybe when I'm richer and have more time on my hands I'll start to mess around a bit


You can always do easy things your self like oil changes, air filter changes ect,
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Posted 9/14/10
....No love for the RA21?

Laaame
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Posted 9/23/10
Does anyone know where I could get an Mr2 tuned in nor cal?
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Does anyone know where I could get an Mr2 tuned in nor cal?


First I would recommend you go to Toyota-specific forums, because they would know what shops would do the best work.
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