I'm from Sydney, Australia & I enjoy abit of photography on the side.
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I currently own a 2011 WRX sedan. As of now, 270kw/800nm (375hp/590ft lbs) @ 20 psi.
Previously I owned a 1998 WRX with 220kw (322hp) @ 21psi
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*Incase your wondering about the big ass sticker. Powertune Australia my family workshop here in Sydney. Check out the website for more details on what we do.
**GTR from Hell on YouTube is one of our many cars
Here's what it looked like the day I brought it home.
[ ENGINE/TRANSMISSION ]
270kw/800nm (362hp/590ft lbs) @ 23 psi. Tuned on E85.
ACL race bearings
Process West TMIC
Process West CAI
Tomei EL Manifold + ceramic coat
Xforce exhaust + twin quad tip Varex
Turbosmart Kompact BOV
Cobb 3-Port Boost control solenoid
Injector Dynamics 1000CC
DeatschWerks 65C Fuel Pump
2 gauge big 3 kit
Kartboy short shifter + bushings
CAI fog light vent
[ HANDLING ]
Tein Street Flex
Tein silencer rubber
DBA 4000 + Bendix Ultimate
Yokohama Advan Neova AD08R
Whiteline rear diff inserts
Cusco rear lateral links
[ EXTERIOR ]
Avery Gloss black vinyl roof
Bayson R Chargespeed front lip
[ INTERIOR ]
MC Car Security - Wired4Sound HZC6213 headunit + reverse camera
Kicker 600w amplifier
Kicker 600w carbon kevlar subwoofer
Cobb shift knob
Currently how it's looks
Here's a video my Xforce exhaust + Varex dual kit. This is teamed up with a Tomei Equal Length Headers.
This exhaust allow more flow due to the resonator delete and straight pipe design, when the Varex is opened. More power/torque is always good
2011 Subaru WRX - XForce exhaust + Varex & Tomei Equal Length Headers: 2011 Subaru WRX - XForce exhaust + Varex & Tomei Equal Length Headers - YouTube