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    1997 RSTI

    I have a 1997rs and I don't know to go usdm or jdm. What are the differences in prices, if I can use usdm and jdm together? Thanks! Btw first Subaru and I love it


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    What do you mean "go usdm or jdm"? Are you looking for a specific part? Your question doesn't really make sense as posted. Welcome, btw!
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    Starting out with engine and trani wanna go sti


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    I wanna do a full sti swap in the long haul


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    I would go with a JDM V5 STi swap. But then again, you didn't provide any parameters at all lol. So that's what I would do if I could do anything. It's probly not the best option but it's old school and I like it. You should put a widebody on it too.

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    Ya after everything else is done I will wide body lol. And parameter wise I'm open lol just don't wanna go over 15 grand. I know u can't do a full sti swap for that much just wanna do the majority and do the small things later lol. I'm 23 and this is my first car had for a year so new to the mod stuff lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by 1997Rsti View Post
    Ya after everything else is done I will wide body lol. And parameter wise I'm open lol just don't wanna go over 15 grand. I know u can't do a full sti swap for that much just wanna do the majority and do the small things later lol. I'm 23 and this is my first car had for a year so new to the mod stuff lol
    Then I don't think an RSTI swap is for you. It's a very serious conversion that will require wire harness splicing, etc. It's not plug-and-play...

    You can talk to Drews on here on what it takes to do it.
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    I know a friend that works at a Subaru shop that said he would do the work for me. He has done many swaps that he has


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    You can get some pretty good deals on JDM drivelines from ebay from what I have seen. Start a build thread if you continue with this project .
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    Will do!


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