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Updated Inlet Pipe Install Guides

Read more...Read more...We have updated the 05-06 Legacy GT and Outback XT Silicone Inlet Pipe install guide , and it is now available in PDF format in the Fitting Guides section. We have also added a new fitting guide for the 08+ Impreza STI Silicone inlet pipe . The updates were made to better explain where the various fittings went, tips on how to fit the pipes, and other minor changes.


Hypermeeting 2009 Prep!

Read more...The 2009 Evo vs. STI Hypermeeting at Tsukuba Circuit in Japan is literally just around the corner. AVO's race car has been sitting on the dyno for the last week, with tuning and other preparation going on. A new tire manufacturer has been picked for this race - we will be running Hankook Ventus TD tyres for the first time. They are rapidly gaining acceptance in Japan for their blend of cost and performance.

RalliTEK Stage 3 Kit plus FMIC!

Read more...RalliTEK in Portland, Oregon has been our premier distributor in America for nearly a decade now. They've been with us since the days of the original 2.5 RS Turbo kit for the naturally aspirated RS Impreza's, long before the first of the turbo WRX models reached US shores. The latest project by Sean Sexton of RalliTEK was the new Stage kits utilizing a slew of AVO parts.

At the top of the stage kits was the e85 Stage 3 kit that is centered around the AVO380 ball-bearing turbocharger. When Sean reached over 330whp with this turn-key kit, you can be forgiven for thinking that that was enough. Not for Sean! While the power with the kit was quite good, he felt that there was more in the turbocharger. While the AVO TMIC is as good as you can get when upgrading the top mount, the very design of the TMIC that is mandated by the setup Subaru uses for the Legacy and 08 WRX limits the maximum available power.

Seaside Subaru Cruise March 21st, 2009

Read more...What started as an informal gathering and cruise organized through the nasioc.com Subaru owners forum soon grew into a major event with over 60 cars gathering at the starting point early Saturday morning. The cruise was to go from Portland, Oregon to Seaside, Oregon. The start point was from the RalliTEK office in Portland, as they had quickly come on board and volunteered their time, parking lot, and staff to help get the event going.

As this was a largely informal gathering started by nasioc.com forum member, even RalliTEK was anticipating that their parking lot would be more than adequate for everybody. But before even the official starting time the parking lot was filled to capacity and then some, and soon people had to resort to parking up and down both sides of the street outside. It probably helped that, despite all the dire warnings of inclement weather by the various news organizations, the day was quite nice and sunny.

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