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    Quote Originally Posted by 09bluewrx View Post
    I just bought a 2013 STi , had an 09 WRX before , always wanted the STi , just couldn't justify the additional
    cost , but now that I have it , it's a great car ! It's gets more looks and compliments than any car I've ever owned .
    OMGHAI we must be brothers, I did the same thing in May, had a 09 WRX got a 2013 STi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TunerTimD View Post
    I don't have a power goal, no matter what it will be the most powerful car I've owned. as far as what I want to do with the car I want to do a bit of amateur rally, auto-x, and have a bit of fun on back roads. To be honest I've only driven a few WRX but not an STI. Going to make sure to do that before I make the final call.
    Go with STI!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TunerTimD View Post
    I don't have a power goal, no matter what it will be the most powerful car I've owned. as far as what I want to do with the car I want to do a bit of amateur rally, auto-x, and have a bit of fun on back roads. To be honest I've only driven a few WRX but not an STI. Going to make sure to do that before I make the final call.
    Then you're doing it wrong. Figure out what you're doing with your life before making any sort of decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 09bluewrx View Post
    I just bought a 2013 STi , had an 09 WRX before , always wanted the STi , just couldn't justify the additional
    cost , but now that I have it , it's a great car ! It's gets more looks and compliments than any car I've ever owned .
    I bet you my Brat got far more looks and questions about it than your STI ever will.

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    I am very happy with my now 300hp WRX. Insurance is cheaper than my friends STI and I spank him religiously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerdslogic View Post
    I am very happy with my now 300hp WRX. Insurance is cheaper than my friends STI and I spank him religiously.
    Do you spank him because you are jealous of his STi or because he is misbehaving?

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    A bit of both. That and I upgraded to the vf34. STi blue injectors, STi intercooler..... you get the idea

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    Get the sti go stage 2 @ 300awhp 330wtq and call it a day.

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    I got an sti and I love it. I had a s2000 before and I miss it. Due to family growing I felt the sti would be the best fit cause I did not want to fork over the money for a ctsV. Which Ever you decide wrx or sti swaybars and endlinks are a must.

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