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This is a discussion on 2004 srt4(some mods) vs Turbo RSX Type S within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; i just beat a neon,,wow my head grew 10 sizes lol more like dont let the speed of a neon ...

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    i just beat a neon,,wow my head grew 10 sizes


    lol


    more like dont let the speed of a neon get to your head dodge owners

    if i had killed at least an STI or EVO i may have a little to brag about


    if i had killed a z06 then i could def get a bigger head maybe

    but it was just an srt4 brotha, nothing to brag about , just a kill story.


    as far as the mod comments, i dont own a neon so dont know only saying what he told me, so theres no reason to get a mopar exhaust then? since your saying its not restrictive at all to have stock?

    it spiked up to 18 but it woulndt hold it so im guessing there is some benefit to having an ebc

    maybe not who knows i dont own it.

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    Originally posted by Jsimon9633
    i just beat a neon,,wow my head grew 10 sizes


    lol


    more like dont let the speed of a neon get to your head dodge owners

    if i had killed at least an STI or EVO i may have a little to brag about


    if i had killed a z06 then i could def get a bigger head maybe

    but it was just an srt4 brotha, nothing to brag about , just a kill story.


    as far as the mod comments, i dont own a neon so dont know only saying what he told me, so theres no reason to get a mopar exhaust then? since your saying its not restrictive at all to have stock?

    it spiked up to 18 but it woulndt hold it so im guessing there is some benefit to having an ebc

    maybe not who knows i dont own it.


    tru, tru. remember teh evo's are lancer's and sti's are impreza's all ecno boxes from the start. when i installed my mopar catback, i didn't feel a diff in it. it makes sense if you think about what your changing. i bought it for the deeper rumble, bigger tips and one piece closer to a turbo back. which will go from 3-2.5 when it's done. the restriction is in the downpipe and 02 housing. i guess the ebc may have helped out as the stock spike is never that big. it would of bin alot better if it held 18 and droped to 15 at redline.

    cool deal anyway. go out and get it on vid for all of us to see.

    also: my stock 04 srt ran right with a sti door 2 door from a 20,40 and 70 roll (planned race with a friend) so beating one is saying something. now from a stop, never happen with out some major power and dr's.
    RayfieldsWRX - "You like the feel of torque steer? Interesting"
    jd92677 - "I like the idea of mashing the gas and not knowing which way the car will go."
    -02 WRX 13.8@96 stock SOLD
    -04 SRT-4 626whp SOLD.
    -04 STi 13.3@102 stock. SOLD
    -04 SRT4 388whp DD SOLD

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