Subaru Forester XT 444whp/398wtq with built block dom 4xtr

2004 subaru forester xt sti swap. has raw performance built block and heads, dom 4xtr with tial 44mm ewg, wbr front mount headers etc.. failed boot solenoid so only got 21 psi out of it but still pulled a 444whp/398wtq on 91 octane. e85 coming soon.

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