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This is a discussion on Stock '05 STi vs lightly modded '03 Evo within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; My STi is very much stock, with no type of reflash I will how ever install a catback, hopefully catless ...

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    Registered User A.Castro01's Avatar
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    My STi is very much stock, with no type of reflash I will how ever install a catback, hopefully catless turbo-back by the end of this month. Remember this is in a small town where the only octane available is 90

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    Good win for you.

    Those mods aren't really doing that much for him without a tune.

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    good kill..

    a untuned evo is about as fast as a stock evo.. you would't believe the difference tuning makes.When turbotrix came down i got my ecu done.. night and day difference.
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    It's all in the mods, adding a fuel pump to an Evo with NO engine management makes it even richer then before.


    In My experience I beat a Stock Sti pretty well from a roll, liek 2-3 Lengths with a Simple MBC and a SAFCII tuned properlly, i was happy.

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