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This is a discussion on me vs old school TSI within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally posted by DTR maxima nah, it was a stock turbo. all it takes is exhaust and a boost conroller ...

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    Originally posted by DTR maxima
    nah, it was a stock turbo. all it takes is exhaust and a boost conroller and a 1gen talon tsi will run right to a wrx. upgraded turbo and the talon would have left him hard after 1 sec
    14bs are know for 12's... don't sleep on em guys... and DTR is right doen't take a lot to get this car in WRX killer area...not a lot at all.
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    yeah, it was a factory defect. When they pulled my tranny they noticed the clutch was worn for 6k(due to launches) and are replacing that for free too!! The dealership said "yeah mr cavadini we pulled the transmission out and noticed the clutch was REAL hot so we're gonna order you a new one of those too is that ok?" I stood there with almost EXACTLY this look on my face i then proceeded with alot of this
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