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    Hi guys my name is lindsay. just recently purchased a 2004 wrx, basically stock except for hks intake n blitz bov. still has stock exhaust. i am from the caribbean n looking to do mods to my car can any one give me advise on where to start.

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    Welcome to the forum. tuning the car is usually a first mod, you could do stage 1 which can be used with stock parts, or go stage 2 with a downpipe.
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    Welcome! And

    Also, another piece of standard advice is to lose the BOV.
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    If your car is not a US model the commercial US tuning devices may not work; contact any and all vendors directly with that specific question before buying something to tune the car.

    If it were a US model then in my view the intake and BOV aren't helping, see the link in my signature.

    Find out whether your ECU works with North American maps, be they commercial closed source or open source.
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