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This is a discussion on WRX Vs EVO comparison questions... within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Ok...I was checking out http://www.evolutionm.net/ and dling their videos...and someone said something about how their slightly modded EVO beats on ...

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    WRX Vs EVO comparison questions...

    Ok...I was checking out http://www.evolutionm.net/ and dling their videos...and someone said something about how their slightly modded EVO beats on M3's. Now is it safe to say that our WRX's with mods (making our hp equivalent to their 270) will be just as fast all around? Like if I had a 275 hp WRX can would I be even with an EVO from a stop/roll....or are they better geared or something else? I guess the point of the question is will my WRX with the same power be as fast/faster or slower then a stock EVO, because if its true that a slightly modded EVO beats M3's I want some serious mods on my WRX.
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    Originally posted by yermom
    heh, fairlady

    does not sound like a fast car, no wonder they changed the name for the US market

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    Evo's have better gearing, and a bigger turbo.

    With same power levels they still have better brakes, tires, and some other goodies. I'm not sure on their drivetrain loss figure, but it would be close, drivers race i would assume.

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