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This is a discussion on 2003 WRX vs. 70' GTO within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by speed freak You probably won't notice much diff. with the up and down pipe, I didn't. If ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by speed freak
    You probably won't notice much diff. with the up and down pipe, I didn't. If you want to get put back into your seat when you hit the gas get an internal boost controller. I paid 650 $ CDN for mine and it was by far the best mod I put on my 06 WRX. I'm running at 10 psi right now and the car just flies.
    Wow, I can't wait to get an "internal boost controller" so I can run at 10psi!!!




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    Quote Originally Posted by speed freak
    You probably won't notice much diff. with the up and down pipe, I didn't. If you want to get put back into your seat when you hit the gas get an internal boost controller. I paid 650 $ CDN for mine and it was by far the best mod I put on my 06 WRX. I'm running at 10 psi right now and the car just flies.
    wow, 10 psi and the car flies, huh

    And whats an "internal boost controller"
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