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I'm looking to start breaking into the 300+ for now than 400hp next but in the mean time i'm looking for these parts hopefully with all parts included ;)

solo hf and catback would be a bonus if anyone out there wants to part with there's.
forgot to mention i need it for a gxp not a 2.4

txt me don't pm me i never log on enough to check. 774-249-4559 Andre
 

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You should be following this thread:

http://www.solsticeforum.com/forum/f11/gxp-turbo-upgrade-help-needed-77385/

I am going to do the same thing you are doing....setting up for a turbo swap. So I am going with a Hahn Racecraft intercooler and I will use DDM IC pipes or Werks....haven't decided, but I will definetly go with the Solo HFC because I have the Street Race Exhaust already.... Then I after I do those, I will find someone here in Detroit that can dyno tune it, then next fall or early spring of '15 add the turbo and have it dyno'd again....
 

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I just bought my HF cat from Performance auto werks...

Dave is a great guy, give him a call.
 

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I was more focused on the SOLO products nothing but great things.
 

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My GXP dyno result was 309hp at the rear wheels. I had added the GMPP stage tune, and cold air intake. Also the Hahn intercooler, solo cat and solo Mach shorty. I can add a more aggressive tune and probably get close to 350, but I am sure a bigger turbo is needed to reach 400hp.
 

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bump...............................................................
 

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I'll hold off on the IC so i'll be going with HFC, Catback, Intake call it a day.
 
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