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This is a discussion on TB question within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I'm wondering if theres a difference between the TB on a WRX vs an STi? If so would it be ...

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    TB question

    I'm wondering if theres a difference between the TB on a WRX vs an STi? If so would it be much of a difference. I can get the STi TB real cheap.

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    I am guessing by TB you mean throttle body. If this is the case I'm sure the STI'S might be a bit larger, but it's more then likely Drive by wire, where as most wrx's (pre06) are old school cable operated. Might have issues with that.
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