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    This might sound really stupid but i looking to buy a 2002 wrx wagon..thats the only subie wagon i like cuz of the bugeye..but the wagon i like has the famous "sti" sound/engine roar whateve you want to call it. But is that the wrx, wrx impreza, or do they make a sti for those years wagons?? Please dont bag on me..haha

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    I don't follow what you're asking. If you are in the US there is no STi bugeye. There were bugeyes sold frome late 2001 to 2003, and the model years were 2002 and 2003. This is US only info.

    See the how-to-buy threads in the Purchasing subforum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SD_GR View Post
    I don't follow what you're asking. If you are in the US there is no STi bugeye. There were bugeyes sold frome late 2001 to 2003, and the model years were 2002 and 2003. This is US only info.

    See the how-to-buy threads in the Purchasing subforum.
    Do they all come with the same engine?? Cuz the wagons ive seen had that sti sound to them, i dont know how else i can explain it. Haha

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    Follow the link in my signature. The bugeye turbo cars came with a 2,0L motor.
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    They all have that same rumble due to the unequal length headers...you may have also heard some that had some exhaust mods too...

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    Yes thats it..the unique "subie rumble"..i went to lake tahoe and i saw a bunch of bugeye wagons..and alot of them were stock..actually all of them looked pretty stock..but still had that rumble sound..and i fell in love cuz i love wagons..and nothing is better than a subie wagon..so thats what i want..but i think ill look for the one with the 2.0 turbo..

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    Pretty much all Subies sound the same.

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    Well, it doesn't matter how much you spent. But It's definitely going to put a big smile on your face every time you drive.thats what makes Subaru a Subaru

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    Quote Originally Posted by xSYKOxREDDx View Post
    Yes thats it..the unique "subie rumble"..i went to lake tahoe and i saw a bunch of bugeye wagons..and alot of them were stock..actually all of them looked pretty stock..but still had that rumble sound..and i fell in love cuz i love wagons..and nothing is better than a subie wagon..so thats what i want..but i think ill look for the one with the 2.0 turbo..
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    I see fart-cans all too often, on subies or other...
    You can't have everything - where would you put it?

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    Make rumble with power....not put put fart cans. Power always sounds better. ...also makes it hard to not drive your car lol

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