04 wrx, doing some maintenance, and one of the things I'm doing is getting rid of that awful idea of a catted up pipe. However, while taking the downpipe bolts off, the last one to get off is seized to the stud that's threaded into the turbo. The specific nut I'm talking about (if your underneath looking up at the DP) it's the bottom right nut. I have used pb blaster and a propane torch, all attempts have failed, I cannot get a socket or even the box end of a wrench on this nut, can only get the open end of the wrench of the nut, due to the bellmouth design of the DP. It is starting to round a little and for now I just soaked the crap out of it and I'm gonna let it sit overnight, then pb it some more tomorrow, but does anyone else have any ideas I haven't thought of yet. Car is in my pretty decent size storage unit with all of my tools, but the storage unit does not have any power plugs or anything. So working in there kind of sucks cause I can't use any air powered or electric powered tools(unless cordless) sorry for the essay of a question but I just wanted to be thorough so I can get some helpful advice.