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This is a discussion on Just reached 1000 miles on my 07' wrx ltd. within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by 04.SPT.WRX White to black? You could not have gone in a more opposite direction. As long as ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 04.SPT.WRX View Post
    White to black? You could not have gone in a more opposite direction. As long as you are happy with the car it is all good.
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    nice sti Now to black out the windows

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRXED06 View Post
    nice sti Now to black out the windows
    nop... the windows without tints give me arround +7whp
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    Quote Originally Posted by orvtech View Post
    nop... the windows without tints give me arround +7whp
    true; now debadge it to get the extra +2whp

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    Hi guys, i just bought my 06 sti four months ago. Ive been using royal purple synthetic oil. people say that its a good choice for turbo charge engines. Ive read all the feed back and most of the guys said that synthetic is not recommended on sti. im just wondering if using royal purple is good for my sti. any advise would be nice thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Integra96 View Post
    I don't think there's a shred of evidence that you shouldn't switch to synthetic now.

    Keep your OEM tranny fluid.
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    This is exactly what I did with my last two WRXs and I never had ANY problems.
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    if you wanna hear of some "real" power gains from an oil change...
    3-5% more horsepower
    i miss reading that guy's rediculous posts

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    Quote Originally Posted by TurboWill View Post
    My Evo came stock with Mobil 1. After about 2000 miles the car would burn about half a QT. I would always keep an eye on it.
    My dealer told me that my STI came with Mobil 1 from the factory. But I guess the Evos are the cars that really DO come with Mobile 1 straight from Japan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by efmd3 View Post
    if you wanna hear of some "real" power gains from an oil change...
    3-5% more horsepower
    i miss reading that guy's rediculous posts

    WOW, I had never seen that before. That was to funny, that guy had some weird ideas about mods and himself. That forum just made my day!

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