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This is a discussion on Question about Timing belt within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; along the same lines, whats the most significant difference between the OEM timing belt and the STi timing belt? is ...

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    along the same lines, whats the most significant difference between the OEM timing belt and the STi timing belt? is it worth it?
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    Originally posted by SweetTurboWhine
    along the same lines, whats the most significant difference between the OEM timing belt and the STi timing belt? is it worth it?
    Along these same lines, I know PE makes a timing belt.... anybody have any info on it?
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    The STi one (probably the PE as well) are super stiff, compared to the oe one. Much less likely to stretch- evidently they can add a little noise.

    I had the STi one in hand, before finding out my timing wasn't at fault, and it was very, very rigid.

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    Originally posted by Big Sky WRX
    The STi one (probably the PE as well) are super stiff, compared to the oe one. Much less likely to stretch- evidently they can add a little noise.

    I had the STi one in hand, before finding out my timing wasn't at fault, and it was very, very rigid.

    Big Sky
    Oooooh.....so tempted to manipulate that into a sig.

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    Originally posted by trainrex
    Oooooh.....so tempted to manipulate that into a sig.



    Big Sky <--- must be careful w/ the word rigid, must be careful w/ the word rigid......

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    Originally posted by Big Sky WRX
    I had in hand, and it was very, very rigid.Big Sky

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