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    Hello, right now i have a 07 wrx tr. currently i have an intake.
    Question: what would be the first mods i should be thinking of to increase power?

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    exhaust, uppipe, downpipe, engine management..
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    Quote Originally Posted by bchslap View Post
    exhaust, uppipe, downpipe, engine management..
    Is not nessisary on 06+ year because they are catless.

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    A very common power path from where you are, would be down pipe & engine management.
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