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This is a discussion on turbo break in? within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; i'm sure there's no turbo break-in, but my turbo just sounded louder after 2K miles. i did an oil change ...

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    turbo break in?

    i'm sure there's no turbo break-in, but my turbo just sounded louder after 2K miles.

    i did an oil change myself at 1.5K miles with Mobile-1. then after gotten a full tank of 92 at costco, my muffler suddently sounded louder when i have 2.5K-3.5K RPM on second and third gear.

    why is that?

    ray
    2005 WRX Wagon Crystal Gray Metallic

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    The muffler bearings take a little longer to wear-in than the rest of the car.
    Mine: '05 PSM WRX 5MT Sport Wagon, Cobb AP
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