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    Newbie wants to soop his Subie

    'Sup y'all...

    Hey sorry if this thread has been posted b4 but I searched and couldn't find much. I got a '02 bugeye (BTW I like the bugeyes, maybe I just have bad taste) 2.5RS in spring this year, hopefully I'm allowed on this forum Here's my question...I've been looking for turbo kits for the 2.5 but haven't really found anything. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I also want to add an new exhaust system. But before I start any of this, I wanted to know if y'all think it's worth it? Or should I just save my $$ and put it away for a WRX or STI in the future?
    ...pain is weakness leaving the body!!

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    my $.02 is save for the wrx or sti
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    its A LOT of work...and its expensive. it would be cheaper to buy a WRX than to buy a 2.5RS and install a turbo. Its not that simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hwarang76 View Post
    save my $$ and put it away for a WRX or STI in the future?
    ^^^Option B

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    I would agree with the others; save $ and get the WRX.
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    +1,2,3,4 Too much work, and it will never be all you wanted it to be for the money. Save up for a WRX.

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    thanks guys...I look forward to posting with news and pics of my new WRX/STi.....I do think I'll invest in a better sounding exhaust though....just for aesthetics if nothing else...
    ...pain is weakness leaving the body!!

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