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    Saying hi

    Well my name is kevin an I'am looking into buying a WRX in the next month or less after my Trans Am gets picked up by its new owner in two weeks. An got some questions about the WRX that hopefully I will be able to find the answers to on here.



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    Welcome to the club. You will love the AWD.

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    Welcome, lots of good info here, have fun!!
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    Nice TT's
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    mmm. i was looking at ta's before i got my wrx, but couldnt find any in my price range that didnt have at least 80k on em. welcome!

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    welcome, it's gonna be nice to get away from american cars for a little bit.
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    AWD will be nice i guess. Be able to rallycross after i get one. But no more burnouts or drifting. The waiting for the turbo to make the power kinda turns me off. I'am not used to that at all. T/A when i want power it is always right there instantly. I love my american car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kman 8
    AWD will be nice i guess. Be able to rallycross after i get one. But no more burnouts or drifting. The waiting for the turbo to make the power kinda turns me off. I'am not used to that at all. T/A when i want power it is always right there instantly. I love my american car.
    Welcome! W/ just a few mods (the right ones of course) you will virtually eliminate lag and will have a beastie lil car. Trust me, you won't miss your 'Bird's (which is a beaut by the way) power for very long.
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    welcome to the club

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    What are the right ones? Up pipe, catless downpipe, exhaust, air intake, rear sway bar, bigger rims an tires

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    people will tell you intake is a no no... but read the technicals and decide for your self... you cant always listen to every ones "opinions"
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    So what is the problem with a intake and bov?

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    welcome to the club,man. you will love your awd experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kman 8
    AWD will be nice i guess. Be able to rallycross after i get one. But no more burnouts or drifting. The waiting for the turbo to make the power kinda turns me off. I'am not used to that at all. T/A when i want power it is always right there instantly. I love my american car.
    Going stageII will eliminate much of the turbo lag... Granted, it wont be anything like your T/A as far as throttle response and torque go, but I think the AWD, easy modability, and handling of the wrx will make up for that.
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