We couldn't find any results
- Use different keywords
- Double check your spelling
- Start with something less specific - you can refine your search results later
- Try changing some of your filters below:
SteamSpeed STX 67+ Turbocharger
Subaru WRX 2015+
Features & Product Details
Steamspeed's FA20 turbocharger application is in full production, and ready to deliver. These turbochargers have been designed with custom housings to support larger compressor and turbine wheels when compared to OEM units, which will result in a 20-30% power bump over the stock turbocharger capabilities.
The FA20 turbochargers will fit in the stock location, and are a direct replacement for the OEM turbo. These turbochargers will work with all aftermarket parts that will work with the OEM turbo. This means for those with "stage 2" upgrades, the Steamspeed 67+ will bolt right up to modifications such as a J-pipe, intake, or intercooler.
The STX 67+ will share the same center section as the STX 67+ designed for STI models which is known to make 350-400WHP on pump gas, or well over 400 WHP on E85. The STX 67+ version has the same compressor wheel as the STX 67, but will come with the larger turbine of the STX 71. With that said it is recommended for owners with built blocks or higher flowing motors to run the STX67+, because it is more capable of providing more top-end power and top-end flow when compared tp the STX 67. The STX 67+ will make a lot more power and torque when compared to the OEM turbocharger on all areas on the power curve.
Steamspeed supplies all of the accessories needed to complete the install right out of the box, so you don't have to outsource gaskets, and miscellaneous components.
Carb Restricted Shipping
If an Item is CARB exempt it means that it has undergone an engineering evaluation by CARB (California Air Recourses Board) and is shown to not increase vehicle emissions. If an item is CARB Exempt it will have an EO (Executive Order) number associated with it. Even if an item has an EO number it is not guaranteed to be CARB exempt for your vehicle. It is important to confirm that your Year Make and Model fall under the CARB EO number associated with the part. That can be confirmed either by checking the CARB website or the manufacturers website.