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    New and got a few questions

    Ok Monday im going to pick up my 09 wrx got some cash to do a few things and was wondering... Whats the best intake to get? Best sounding exhaust single or duel? Is there any little things i can do to get some extra hp? and Whats the best site to find performance parts? Thanx fellas

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    Quote Originally Posted by 09ScoobyWhite View Post
    Ok Monday im going to pick up my 09 wrx got some cash to do a few things and was wondering... Whats the best intake to get? Best sounding exhaust single or duel? Is there any little things i can do to get some extra hp? and Whats the best site to find performance parts? Thanx fellas
    Congrats! explore the stickies...

    Cobb and SPT make good intakes.

    Exhaust, look at getting a Turbo Back Exhaust and a tune for the computer.

    This would be a standard of "stage 2" performance.

    I'd also look at tire and suspension .
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    I was looking for the cobb intakes but havent found one yet. also was checking out turbo back exhausts and lookin to but the access port with intake/exhaust how much hp does the 09 wrx get with the stage 2 set up?

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    check cobbs website and click on your year car and it will give you the % increase of ftlbs/hp over stock.
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    Keep it stock for the first 10K miles until you are sure you don't need warranty work on the increasingly popular spun bearing issue. If anything, just do a catback for now. You don't even need an intake.
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    Yea sumone said to not take it over 3500rpms for the first like 3k miles. but i must say i own a 04 vw vr6 use vwvortex main fourms site they dont help u with **** all they say is research it urself lol tradeing the vw for the white 09 wrx on monday cant wait seems like forever lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by 09ScoobyWhite View Post
    Yea sumone said to not take it over 3500rpms for the first like 3k miles. but i must say i own a 04 vw vr6 use vwvortex main fourms site they dont help u with **** all they say is research it urself lol tradeing the vw for the white 09 wrx on monday cant wait seems like forever lol

    Yeah, people here are pretty helpful. Follow the owner's manual on breakin, also vary your speed.

    I am referring to this issue, they ended up with a bad batch of bearings so you really want to get it past 7k -10k miles to make sure you don't have the issue. Subaru warranties are not at all mod friendly.
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    Ok kool thank you a ton that helps

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