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    Need help with 2003 wrx I'm getting out of turbo

    An I purchased it from had a three inch inlet and a green turbo but I'm going close to stock and put stop tirbo which he said had 1000 miles the turbo but oil is comeing out bad and haveing issues finding where all the stock rubber hoses for intake go cause he had it all rigged around any or u can help be appciated thanks

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    Please start over. This makes little to no sense...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingo View Post
    Please start over. This makes little to no sense...
    from what i was able to figure out: bought a 2003 wrx. had a 'green turbo' but he wants to go back to stock. he put the stock turbo on which supposedly had 1000 miles on it. now oil is coming out and he has no idea where all the stock rubber hoses for the intake go.

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    Please slow down and proofread before you post. It's very difficult to understand your question with no punctuation. Dez, I'm guessing he had an FP Green turbo (terribly matched to a 2.0L WRX).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bkru View Post
    An I purchased it from had a three inch inlet and a green turbo but I'm going close to stock and put stop tirbo which he said had 1000 miles the turbo but oil is comeing out bad and haveing issues finding where all the stock rubber hoses for intake go cause he had it all rigged around any or u can help be appciated thanks
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