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    new user stock 02 wrx would like to add some mods in the near furture any ideas?

    i just got a 02 wrx and its all stock im trying to figure out what mods i would like to do coming up soon and not too sure what will increase perfrmance and kick it up to 250-260 whp. any ideas please let me know thanks.

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    turbo back exhaust, uppipe, boost control solenoid, up pipe, intake, intercooler, pro tune. should get you close.
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    Turbo back exhaust, up pipe, downpipe, 850cc injections, walbro 255 fuel pump, protune and e85 will get you in the ballpark of 250whp although with the TD04 turbo you are limited to what you can do and e85 on the TD04 wont really benefit much from it. Best suggestion would be a turbo upgrade to get the best performance.

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    Correction TBE = having A/M DP.

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    ^basically that
    if it already has mods on it, or different parts you could end up wasting money

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    Quote Originally Posted by Durrake View Post
    ^basically that
    if it already has mods on it, or different parts you could end up wasting money

    that goes for pretty much any mods :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by MainFrame View Post
    that goes for pretty much any mods :P
    the car is legit it has a full life documented history and yes i take good care of it it has no mods as of now its all stock. im thinking i wanna do some exterior mods as well as under the hood oviously but thanks a lot ill check it out for sure

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    I'm just saying that if you view the car as a transportation device, then modding it would be wasting money, inside or out.

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