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    idle during warmup

    Hi,

    Today is the first cool day ever since I got my 11 wrx. When I first start my car, the idle speed is around 1.5k rpm. As it gets warm up, it drops back down to normal rpm at idle. Is this normal ?

    Thanks!

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    I have a 2011 and same thing when I start it up roughly 1300-1500rpm's for a few moments then tap the gas and drops to 1k or right below, I think it is normal.
    ~Dan~ 2011 WRX Limited Stage 2 TP Stinkeye Mob #93

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    Totally normal
    Stink eye mob #727
    2011 WRX DGM Hatch, Protuned Stage 1

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