Can you put NOS on a WRX?

NOS makes a great kit that goes in under you injectors and you’ll notice it in the seat of your pants but with the minimal power the 50 shot gives out it does all but no harm to the internals.

How much HP can you add to a WRX?

With simple bolt-on parts (bolt-on meaning you don’t have to take apart the actual block or heads), we can increase the horsepower of the WRX (either standard or STI) to over 400. This will make the car faster than nearly anything on the road.

Can I put E85 in my Subaru WRX?

E85 has a typical octane rating of around 100-110. At minimum to run E85 you will need upgraded fuel injectors, upgraded fuel pump, and tune on the EJ engine 2002-2014 WRX, 04-current STI, 05-12 LGT/OBXT, and 04-13 FXT. On the FA engine (2015+ WRX) you will need an upgraded in-tank fuel pump and a tune.

What are the best mods for a Subaru WRX?

Top 8 Best Modifications for Subaru WRX/STI

  1. Tires.
  2. Coilovers.
  3. Tuning.
  4. Downpipe and Catback Exhaust.
  5. Front Mount Intercooler and Piping.
  6. Cold Air Intake.
  7. Upgraded BPV/BOV.
  8. Air/Oil Separator. One of the major problems the WRX/STI faces is excessive oil in the engine ventilation system.

How much HP can a stock ej255 handle?

300 whp: The EJ20/EJ25 engines can handle 300 whp maximum with stock internals with no further modifications other than a proper fuel management tune. 400 whp: We suggest a set of forged AMR pistons and billet rods to safely boost up the engine.

How much HP does E85 Add WRX?

Shots, Shots, Shots. It was finally time to pour the tequila shots into the WRX in the form of E85. Running on the same peak boost, the WRX delivered a peak 364.18whp and 344.08 lb-ft of torque. This is a 101.09 peak whp gain and 49.55 lb-ft of torque increase.

How much HP does E85 tune add?

The more boost your running the more relative gain in power you will get. For example, on my pro charged TA with 7psi I only gained about 25 hp with e85 vs premium. When I ran 12 psi I gained about 55hp, again most of that is being able to run more aggressive timing without the risk of detention.