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    Quick Question..

    Is there any performance difference between the 04-05 WRX and the 06-07 WRX? I'm sure this question has been asked many times but i couldn't find it anywhere on the forum. Also I was wondering if there is a difference with the performance with the sedan and the wagon models.

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    The 06-07's are underated from the factory. There is a pretty significant HP/TQ advantage for the 06-07 model years. IIRC the 03-05's dyno around 170-180hp vs the 06-07 at around 190-200hp.

    A search should uncover alot of threads regarding this issue.
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